When they step into the voting booth this November Triton voters will likely be looking at a three-part operating levy ballot. Board members discussed their levy choices Monday night at a work session meeting also attended by Supt. Brett Joyce and Kelly Smith, a financial consultant from Springsted.
The board is working out details of a vote this fall that school officials hope will result in voters agreeing to increase the levy to raise more money to operate the district. Levy votes have failed in each of the past two years, the last one by 26 votes.
In both previous levies the board asked for approval to raise the amount by an additional $750 per pupil unit.
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