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  • District 118 superintendent talks how sales tax revenue would be used

    On April 4, voters in St. Clair County IL and Madison County IL in Southern Illinois near St. Louis MO will decide whether they support a 1 percent, or penny per dollar, sales tax increase for school facilities. How would metro-east school districts use the new tax revenue?

On April 4, voters in St. Clair County IL and Madison County IL in Southern Illinois near St. Louis MO will decide whether they support a 1 percent, or penny per dollar, sales tax increase for school facilities. How would metro-east school districts use the new tax revenue? dholtmann@bnd.com
On April 4, voters in St. Clair County IL and Madison County IL in Southern Illinois near St. Louis MO will decide whether they support a 1 percent, or penny per dollar, sales tax increase for school facilities. How would metro-east school districts use the new tax revenue? dholtmann@bnd.com

Here’s how schools would use money from proposed sales tax hikes

March 12, 2017 8:00 AM