Kendall school budget holds the line on taxes
KENDALL – The Board of Education and school administrators have put together a $19,822,921 budget for 2022-23 that doesn’t increase taxes.
The budget goes before voters on May 17 with a public hearing on at 6:30 p.m. on May 4 at the Kendall Junior-Senior High School Library.
The budget keeps the tax levy at $4,964,656. The budget decreases spending by $157,808 to $19,822,921.
There will be four propositions on the ballot on May 17. The budget is proposition one.
Proposition two is to spend up to $250,000 from a Transportation Bus Reserve Fund to replace transportation vehicles of the district.
Proposition three establish a Capital Reserve Fund for up to $5 million for a future capital project.
Proposition four is electing a member to the Board of Education for a five-year term. Current board member Lisa Levett, who is the board president, is running unopposed.