South Washington County Schools bond refinancing to lower tax bills
School District 833 property taxpayers are expected to chip in less to pay back district-borrowed funds over the next three years.
The School Board on Thursday approved the refinancing of bonds totaling $6.46 million that will result in a savings of over $364,000, administrators said. The district cannot spend that money on other programs; state law requires that the savings be used to reduce taxes paid by property owners in the district.
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