During last Wednesday evening’s special board meeting, the Harrison County School Board voted unanimously to raise the real estate and personal property tax rate to gain 4 percent in its revenue.
Finance director Julie Asher recommended the tax raise to board members, stating that decreased state funding and a slightly lower daily attendance rate will drop the school system’s revenues by over $450,000.
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