Credit to this blogger for doing a deep dive on an issue that has completely evaded any local media scrutiny but might cost locals quite a bit.
Check-it . . .
"Do those living in Hickman Mills really want to increase their property taxes by $256.50/$1,000 of assessed valuation because the Board of Education itself is so dysfunctional?"
Read more via www.TonysKansasCity.com link . . .
The Hickman Mills School District, with John Sharp leading the charge, would have you believe teachers begin teaching in Hickman Mills, but leave after a couple of years in order to make more money in another school district; that we are a "training ground". For that reason and that reason alone, the tax levy needs...