The Hamilton Community Schools Board of Education is planning to set the amount of a proposed property tax at their July meeting. The deadline to set the amount is next month as the amount will be included in a referendum question on the upcoming November election ballot.
The district is pursuing a second referendum on a property tax increase to operate the schools. This comes after a failed referendum last November.
The school currently is operating on a tax increase that was approved through a referendum in 2012, which expires at the end of this year.
Other area schools, such as Fremont and Prairie Heights have been able to propose and pass referendums in the last year.
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