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Homeowners can use this table to ascertain their increase in total property tax following a levy passage. If passed, the levy will increase the total property tax on Shaker homeowners by about one-quarter of a percent. Table extrapolated from data provided by District Treasure and Chief Financial Officer Bryan Christman.

May Levy Would Likely Raise Total Property Tax Rate Above 4 Percent

Shane McKeon, Print Editor in Chief
January 7, 2014
Board Member Bill Clawson listens to Superintendent Gregory C. Hutchings, Jr. during the Sept. 4 board meeting. At its Dec. 17 meeting, the board voted unanimously to put a 6.9-mill levy on the May ballot. The levy is Hutchings' first as superintendent.

District, Union Reach One-Year Contract Deal; ‘Conservative’ Levy in Dispute

John Vodrey, Campus and City Editor
December 17, 2013
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