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If voters approve the levy referendum, the net tax impact of the proposed question would be $25 per month, or $300 per year, on the average-value home in the district, which is $286,500.

The recommendation is to revoke the existing operating levy of $940 per pupil, which was approved by district voters in 2013, and replace it with a new 10-year levy for $1,567 per pupil, an increase of $627 per pupil. The single ballot question would raise an additional $19 million per year, plus annual inflationary increases.

Homestead Residential, Apartments and Commercial/Industrial Properties

Taxable Market Value

Proposed Levy

(payable 2020 taxes)

Revoked Levy

(payable 2019 taxes)

Monthly Net Increase

(payable 2020 taxes)

$100,000 $20.08 -$11.33 $8.75
$150,000 $30.16 -$17.08 $13.08
$200,000 $40.16 -$22.75 $17.41
$250,000 $50.25 -$28.42 $21.83
$286,490* $57.58 -$32.58 $25.00
$300,000 $60.25 -$34.08 $26.17
$350,000 $70.33 -$39.83 $30.50
$400,000 $80.33 -$45.50 $34.83
$450,000 $90.42 -$51.17 $39.25
$500,000 $100.42 -$56.83 $43.59

* Average-value home in District 196

For agricultural property (both homestead and non-homestead), the taxes for the proposed referendum will be based on the value of the house, garage and one acre of land.