Because money is in short supply to pay for all Polk County school maintenance and academic needs, the Polk County Public Schools board at a retreat on Thursday, March 13 at the Circle Bar B Reserve, talked about launching an education campaign that could lead to both an increase in property taxes and an extension of the existing sales tax.
“Cow bingo won’t cover it all,” said School Board Chairman Dick Mullenax. “So we’ll have to do something else.”
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