Wilkinsburg School District lowers taxes as it expands offerings

July 10, 2018: “While other school districts are raising taxes or tapping into reserves to help pay the bills next year, Wilkinsburg is doing what many residents have dreamed about for years.

The school board this month passed a $30 million budget that reduces the millage rate by 3.13 mills, which, according to district leaders, means it no longer has the highest property tax rate in Allegheny County.

“I feel more hopeful than I ever have about the whole Wilkinsburg Borough, not just the school district,” said school board member Ed Donovan.” Read More in the Post-Gazette

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