This item was adapted from a News-Gazette article by Dave Hinton on November 10, 2022. For full details, see the News-Gazette story.
After a tax hike proposal designed to alleviate overcrowding in Mahomet-Seymour public schools failed by a 60 to 40 percent margin, school officials will reflect how to proceed. The measure would have raised taxes by $59.4 million to build a new junior high school. “The significant overcrowding and substandard conditions at our junior high will continue to be critical issues that we will work with our community to address,” said school board President Max McComb.
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