A decision to expand and renovate Margaret R. Brown Elementary School next year will increase local property taxes.
The action is needed in the long run to deal with the growing number of students at the school on city's south side, Seymour Community Schools officials said Tuesday.
No one from the public spoke in favor of or against the project during a hearing Tuesday night.
Superintendent Rob Hooker said the expected impact of the project on taxpayers is an additional 6 cents per $100 of taxable property.
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