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L-P Board Looking At Raising Property Taxes

Posted by wlpo on November 28, 2012

It’s not exactly a fiscal cliff but the L-P High School part of property tax bills is headed up.

The L-P School Board Wednesday night passed a tentative tax levy where the rate per 100 dollars assessed valuation goes up from $1.84 to $1.89.  Despite the proposed increase, Superintendent Steve Wrobleski says L-P has the fourth lowest tax rate out of 26 school districts in La Salle County.

The school district wants to collect over $8.3 million in property taxes next year, nearly 400 thousand dollars more than they got in property taxes this year.

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