The Jeffco school board is weighing a property-tax increase for the November ballot that would cost the owner of a $250,000 home an additional $30 a year over the current bill.
The district, which has made significant cutbacks in recent years and faces more without additional revenue, is considering two measures: a $35 million to $39 million revenue increase in the basic mill levy, plus a $97 million to $99 million bond issue.
If the school board puts the measures on the ballot, they would be voted on separately. Election Day is Nov. 6.
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