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Superintendent calls property tax vote ‘huge moment’ for Trussville City Schools

By Gary Lloyd

TRUSSVILLE — Trussville City Schools Superintendent Pattie Neill said at today’s Trussville Area Chamber of Commerce luncheon that the Feb. 25 property tax vote is a “huge moment” for the school system.

The vote of Trussville residents for or against the seven-millage property tax increase is Tuesday, Feb. 25, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.

The historic school building in the Cahaba Project
photo by Gary Lloyd

Read more about the property tax vote here and here.

A seven-millage increase equates to $70 per year extra on homes appraised at $100,000, $140 extra per year on homes appraised at $200,000 and $210 extra per year on homes appraised at $300,000.

“I just want people to vote, and we’ll take it from there,” Neill said. “Whatever the people decide, that’s what we’re going to do.”

Read more about Neill’s speech in next week’s issue of The Trussville Tribune.

Contact Gary Lloyd at news@trussvilletribune.com and follow him on Twitter @GaryALloyd.

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