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State aid increase helps Cleveland Hill lessen tax impact

Cleveland Hill

What you need to know: Cleve Hill used a boost in state revenue to lower its tax levy impact on residents and save some money in its “rainy day” fund balance. After years of program cuts, the proposed $30.6 million budget maintains current programs and staff with some additional hires, as well as enhance the district summer school program and make equipment purchases, like new musical instruments, for students to use.

Candidate (Elect 1):

• Julie Walkowiak (i), 42, restaurant owner who graduated from the district in 1989, has three children attending school there.

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Total budget: $30,642,841, up 1.76 percent

Tax levy*: $12.29 million, up 0.73 percent

Tax levy increase allowed under tax cap: 1.46 percent

Estimated property tax rate per $1,000 of assessed value: $28.59, up 0.73 percent

Polls open: 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. in Cleveland Hill High School auditorium, 105 Mapleview Road.

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