The pro and con contingents are drawing up battles lines over the proposed property-tax increase for Jeffco schools on the November ballot.
Opponents say the tax increase would not fully address the district’s budget issues or guarantee improved student performance, and that the district can find other places to cut the budget. Proponents counter that the increase would help a district ravaged by budget cuts over the past several years and help keep residential property values in the county high by maintaining quality schools.
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