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Mishawaka taxpayers to decide renewal of school referendum

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It’s come time for taxpayers in Mishawaka to renew a referendum that provides funding to the city’s school district.
School City of Mishawaka superintendent Dr. Theodore Stevens is assuring Hoosiers who live in Mishawaka that voting to approve a renewal of the referendum will not mean an increase in amount in taxes they pay. Stevens does say that they will be moving around how they spend that funding.
He wants to increase teacher salaries and increase security at schools by making sure each building has at least one school resource officer.
The referendum will be on the May 2nd ballot.

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1 comment

Charles U Farley March 17, 2023 at 4:19 pm

“School City of Mishawaka superintendent Dr. Theodore Stevens is assuring Hoosiers who live in Mishawaka that voting to approve a renewal of the referendum will not mean an increase in amount in taxes they pay.”

He doesn’t mention that voting against renewal will mean a DECREASE in the amount of taxes they pay. Typical liar.

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