A bill affecting capital outlay caps and obligations passed committee on Thursday (2/15).
The bill increases the alternative capital outlay cap to $3,000 per student, up from $2,800 per student, and permits a school district that has capital outlay obligations prior to July 1, 2016 to tax at the maximum plus $500 dollars per student.
“This is truly an unintended consequence,” ASBSD Executive Director Wade Pogany said. “We really shouldn’t handcuff schools for this.”
“The legislature should address some of those unintended consequences,” Rep. Duvall added.
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