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CCSD begins work associated with voters passing bond, mill levy

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By Deb Hurley Brobst

There’s a lot of work for the Clear Creek School District to do now that voters approved ballot measures for a bond and mill levy override on Nov. 6 that will not increase property taxes.

But the timeframe for getting the money will be about 18 months.

Money from the bond and mill levy will not be available until 2020 because the property tax revenue is a continuation of a bond approved by voters to pay for the high school/middle school building. That bond payment ends in 2019.


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