Representatives of Fayette County’s four school districts met Monday to hear a presentation about the benefits of enacting a county school facility tax to improve the financial position of the districts without raising property taxes.
“This is a tremendous opportunity to bring new funds into your districts, and it needs to be discussed,” Tim King, a financial advisor from Monticello, told school board members and administrators from Vandalia, St. Elmo, Ramsey and Brownstown. Also in attendance was Steve Knebel, chairman of the Fayette County Board.
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