Union Parish School Board Wants More Property Taxes

Union super: Tax would lift sub-minimal schools

Union Parish Superintendent George Cannon is on the road talking about the district’s latest tax proposals that he and the board say are “imperative” to the operation of the district.

Two tax proposals will be on Saturday’s ballot. Both are new property taxes; one a 20-year bond issue to fund renovations and the other a 10-year millage for operations.

Union Parish School District

3 Responses to “Union Parish School Board Wants More Property Taxes”

  1. Angry_Taxpayer! Says:

    It’s NEVER enough!

  2. Deryl Bryant Says:

    It’s certainly never enough when it only comes every 60 YEARS….When you don’t have enough electrical plugs for students to plug in their computers, even in the computer lab, logic says it is time to move into the next century….that will make UP only decades behind Lincoln Parish, which enjoys Union parish tax dollars.

    What is enjoyably unique about the proposed school tax is that it will serve EVERY public school in the parish, to include BOTH charter schools. Given the new buses listed in the proposal, even the private school, UCA will enjoy benefits from the school tax.

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