According to the agenda of the Christian County Board of Education’s Thursday night meeting, the wording of the nickel tax ballot question has been added to the consent agenda for that meeting. 

If approved, the ballot will read: “Are you for or against the Christian County Board of Education levying an additional equivalent tax rate of five cents on each $100 of real and personal property to raise funds to be used only for major renovation of existing school facilities, new construction, and debt service on that construction or renovation?”

According to Robert’s Rules of Order, groups can merge routine discussion points into one agenda item and vote on all items in one action. The local school board usually votes on the consent agenda at the end of the meeting. 


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