OOWD to increase levy; identifies projects
WORTHINGTON — With nearly a dozen potential projects identified to help protect Worthington’s water resources, the Okabena-Ocheda Watershed District voted unanimously to increase its annual levy Tuesday.
Not-to-exceed levy can still be lowered before the end of 2012
WORTHINGTON — With three months remaining to fine-tune the 2013 Nobles County budget, commissioners on Tuesday set a not-to-exceed levy increase of 6.5 percent.
Board approves 6.46 percent increase
WORTHINGTON — After failing to pass the 2012 property tax levy at $10,491,040 — a 6.96 percent increase over the 2011 levy — Nobles County Commissioners compromised on a 6.46 percent levy increase during Tuesday morning’s meeting.
Loss in LGA is a factor in 11.9 percent increase
WORTHINGTON — The Worthington City Council approved the final levy of $3,085,427 for the coming year after a truth in taxation hearing during its regular Monday meeting.
ST. PAUL — More than 100 Minnesota school districts ask voters to approve paying $900 million more property taxes next week in an election some Republican lawmakers said was scheduled to favor passage.
Construction plan for Collegeway also gets go-ahead
WORTHINGTON — The Worthington City Council approved a proposed city levy of $3,085,427 at its regular meeting Monday. The amount reflects an increase of 11.9 percent from the 2011 fiscal year.
Commission agrees on 8 percent with a 4-1 vote
WORTHINGTON — Nobles County Commissioners on Tuesday approved a not-to-exceed levy of 8 percent, bringing the total levy to $10,593,235. The vote passed 4-1, with Thier voting in opposition to the amount. The final levy will be set in mid-December, following a public truth in taxation hearing set for 6 p.m., Dec. 8.
Not-to-exceed levy must be set by Sept. 15
WORTHINGTON — After a two-hour discussion Tuesday afternoon on the 2012 budget and levy, Nobles County commissioners are slightly closer to setting a not-to-exceed levy by their Sept. 15 deadline.
District 518 calls its fund reserves ‘very adequate’
WORTHINGTON — The District 518 Board of Education voted 4-2 Tuesday to authorize a one-time levy reduction of approximately $1 million for next year.
WORTHINGTON — There are too many unanswered questions to set the city’s not-to-exceed levy limit just yet, the Worthington City Council decided in the final minutes of its fourth budget meeting Thursday.
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