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County’s Three School Districts Levy To Capture Growth

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As the county's three public school districts wait for reforms in Springfield to make the state's funding formula fairer for districts south of Chicagoland, they are using their levying power to gain as much local property-tax revenue as they can to keep their schools competitive. During December school board meetings, Columbia Community Unit School District 4, …

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