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USD 115 board approves budget

(KMZA)--The Nemaha Central Board of Education has approved a 2021-22 budget that calls for net expenditures of nearly 13 million and keeps the mill levy steady.

The budget was approved Monday evening following two hearings drawing no public comment.

Following the first hearing, the Board approved a resolution for exceeding the revenue neutral rate, which was established by a new state law approved this year by the Kansas Legislature.

Following the second hearing, the budget was approved. The budget contains an estimated tax rate of 41.611 mills, which is to generate nearly $3.9 million in tax revenue.

Superintendent Darrel Kohlman said the district's total levy has been relatively “ flat” at 41 mills since 2015. Each mill raises about $96,000 in local property tax revenue.



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