Tax hike sought for school work

A proposed property tax increase would pay for $6 million in bonds to be sold for construction projects at each of Brownstown Central Community School Corp.’s three schools.

The projects will address security, safety and technology issues.

The school corporation likely will increase the tax rate for its debt service fund by 3 cents, going from the current rate of 30 cents per $100 of taxable property to 33 cents, to pay for the bonds.

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