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Hurley School Board told tax levy increase lies ahead


HURLEY — The Hurley School Board will likely look at a possible $200,000 tax levy increase in the fall, according to district administrator Chris Patritto.

Patritto told school board members Monday that as it stands now, the district would lose about $100,000 in state aid for the 2016-’17 school year.

The figures are preliminary and the board won’t act on adopting the 2017 tax levy until the annual meeting in the fall.

In other business Monday, board members learned radio station WUPM-WHRY in Ironwood will broadcast all Hurley home and away spectator sports events.

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