Voters in the St, Anthony-New Brighton School District will decide on two levy referendums Tuesday.
The first question is for a $1.7 milliion a year operating levy. The levy, which would start in 2025 and run for 10 years, would fund recruitment and retention of staff and support academic achievement for students, according the district web site. If approved, an average St. Anthony home valued at $375,000 would see a property tax increase of $36 per month.
The other ballot question seeks to continue a capital projects levy passed in 2014 that provides funding for classroom resources such as books, materials, computers and software. If passed, according to the district, it will not result in an additional tax impact as it renews the levy approved in 2014.
More information, including how to calculate the impact of each measure on indivdual property taxes, go to: isd282.org/2023-referendum