Districts may not have money to open new schools

Oct. 5, 2007
Two districts in Minnesota have spent millions on new schools, but without a levy hike, can't afford to operate them.

In Minnesota, the Prior Lake-Savage and Farmington school districts will ask voters in November to approve property tax increases to help fund the operations of schools. But the districts are accompanying their pleas with this: If we don't get the money, the new, multi-million dollar schools we have built may have to sit empty for at least a year.

Click here to read The Minneapolis Star-Tribune article.

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