SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. - The Seminole County School Board voted to put a property tax increase to support schools ahead of voters in November.
If passed, the board could raise taxes up to $1 million over four years.
That would cost the average homeowner about $130 a year.
School board leaders said $25 million that would be raised with the increase is crucial to prevent cutting more programs.
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