By John McCallum
Managing Editor 

Shifting amounts between buckets

Proposed school district levies would increase money for operations and maintenance, decrease amounts for capital facilities


Last updated 11/25/2020 at 11:52am

CHENEY — The school district board of directors could propose a regular operations and maintenance levy in February that would shift money collected from the capital facilities fund to the general fund. School district officials are saying that such a move is essentially revenue neutral, rather than leading to an increase in rates seen by taxpayers.

Currently, the district’s Educational Programs & Operations (EP&O) levy is set to collect $7 million in 2021 while the Capital Facilities levy will bring in $2.189 million. If the board agrees at its Dec. 2 meeting and voters approve the mea...

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