St. Regis to hold mill levy election for Technology Fund

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St. Regis School is holding a mill levy election on May 2 with two polling places in St. Regis and DeBorgia.

The mill levy proposition is to finance the school’s Technology Fund for $50,000 per year for 10 years, and will be approximately 9.98 mills.

The levy will be used to fund the purchase, renting, repairing and maintaining technological equipment, including computers and computer network access, cloud computing services, platform, software, network, storage, security, data, database, test environment, curriculum, or desktop virtualization purposes, including subscription or any license-based or pay-per-use services accessed over the internet or other remote network, and the associated technical training for school district personnel.

Passage of the proposal will increase the taxes on a home with a market value of $100,000 by approximately $13.47 and on a home with a market value of $200,000 by approximately $26.95.

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