MOUNT VERNON — The amount the Mount Vernon School district expects to generate from filing complaints and countercomplaints on properties will vary depending on when the complaints are settled.

 

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2 Responses to “Money from complaints may vary”

  1. Rosemary

    Just 3 or 4 (?) years ago, there was a state-wide 25 percent increase in property taxes. Guess this increase is forgotten by MV school board, or they don’t pay property taxes? Do “they” think they should pay more, too? Bet not.

  2. Howard

    I am so sick of the Nazi school districts trying to take every penny we have!!!! It’s time to stand up and say no more. I vote against every levy, schools spend too much and unwisely. If we lived like they do, we’d all be homeless. Enough is enough.