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Taylor School District Supt. Ben Williams joins the City of Taylor Podcast this week. Williams, Mayor Rick Sollars and Karl Ziomek join host Dr. Paul Reeves in a discussion of the the important Taylor School District School Improvement Bond.
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The bond, 0.96 mills annually over five years, could generate $1.19M per year over the course of the bond. Those funds would be limited for the following uses: buy new school buses, improve and upgrade buildings, and to purchase new technology. As Supt. Williams points out, these funds cannot be used for salaries, etc.
Also discussed is a Wayne County RESA enhancement millage, also on the November ballot. These issues, while separate, would each bring additional educational dollars to Taylor. The county levy would raise 2 mills for six years, with $2.6M of that going directly to the Taylor Schools.