Duluth, MN (KDAL) - The Duluth School Board voted last night to increase property taxes to help pay off the controversial Red Plan redevelopment program. Unable to sell off old school buildings and property, the district is upping its take of the local levy by thirty-seven dollars a year for each one hundred thousand dollars of assessed valuation. Only one board member voted against the increase, Art Johnston. Other board members said the savings from the Red Plan were waiting for the district down the road. Some members of the public who spoke at last night's meeting didn't agree.
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