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Willmar School Board to hold truth and taxation hearing

School board members will also approve next year's levy and hear from local legislators at its Monday, Dec. 12, meeting.

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WILLMAR — The Willmar School Board will hold a Truth and Taxation public hearing on Monday following its regular meeting.

The Truth and Taxation meeting will be held beginning at 6 p.m. at the school board’s regular meeting location in the Willmar Education and Arts Center, 611 Fifth Street SW. School staff will provide information at the hearing on the school budget and proposed tax levy.

The school board will hold its regular monthly meeting beginning at 4:30 p.m. at the same location. State Senator Andrew Lang, R-Olivia, and State Representative Dave Baker, R-Willmar, will discuss legislative issues with board members. Board members will also hear a report on the World’s Best Workforce initiative.

After the Truth and Taxation hearing, board members will reconvene and approve the 2022 payable 2023 tax levy.

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