A decade-defining decision for GF schools? As unlimited mill-levy authority ends, officials mull tax vote
Grand Forks School Board members must decide this year whether to put the fate of the district’s property taxes directly into the hands of voters or the state.
The district is one of three in the state that now has an unlimited mill authority, which means it’s not subject to caps on property tax revenues and mill levies imposed by the state.
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