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BGCS takes steps to put income tax on the ballot

Summary by Sentinel-Tribune
Bowling Green school district is asking for a raise – the first one in 14 years. At Thursday’s meeting, the board voted 4-1 to place a 0.75% continuing income tax on the ballot in November. Peggy Thompson cast the no vote. The funds are needed to help keep the district operating in the black past fiscal year 2028-29. Board member Ardy Gonyer compared the district to a homeowner who has not gotten a raise in 14 years but whose household expenses …

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