PERRY TOWNSHIP, Ind. (WISH) - Perry Township Schools will pose two referendum questions to voters, school board members decided Monday night.
Voters will have their say in May on a referendum on a tax levy for the school system's general fund and another tax levy on buildings.
It may be a familiar situation for voters. Perry Township residents voted down a referendum the school system put on a ballot two years ago.
Board member Gwen Freeman said even with the proposed tax increases, overall taxes would be lower for residents than they were in 2006.
Charles Mercer, another board member, said past school boards were frugal, so there's nothing extravagant about Perry Township's school buildings. The proposed referendum would merely help maintain the buildings the school system already has.
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