The Franklin School Board has adopted the school tax levy for 2019-2020. Board members did so at their Annual Meeting of the Electors last month.
Levies were approved for operating expenses ($29,474,870), debt service ($4,771,306), and community education and recreation ($599,776).
The increase in the overall school property tax levy as compared to last year’s Annual Meeting is 1.6%. For every $100,000 of assessed valuation the increase would be $17.70.
The above could change depending on the exact amount of school aid Franklin would receive from the state of Wisconsin. That information will be released in October.
Last year’s levies approved at the August Annual Meeting: operating expenses ($29,071,039), debt service ($4,652,906), and community education and recreation ($573,276).