Unit 2 School Board To Hold Truth In Taxation Hearing December 15th

In their meeting Monday night, the Bond County Unit 2 School Board approved a financial report that indicated a little over $3.5 million had been received. A little over $2.7 million of that amount was Bond County real estate taxes.

The board approved Keith Kistler’s retirement as Driver’s Education instructor effective at the conclusion of the 2016-2017 school year.

After an executive session, the board approved compensation adjustments for Transportation Director Sean Traylor and voted to hire a School Yearbook Co-Sponsor and several bus drivers and aides along with Kelsie Schneck as a Family and Consumer Science teacher at Greenville High School.

The board will hold a Truth in Taxation hearing on December 15th before their monthly meeting at 7:00 p.m. at Greenville Junior High. The board also scheduled a meeting for December 1st to be held at the High School Library at 7:00 p.m. to review the tax levy information.

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