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Green Mountain School District No. 103 Tax Levy Measure (April 2013)

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A Green Mountain School District No. 103 Tax Levy proposition was approved on the April 23, 2013, election ballot in Clark County, which is in Washington.

This measure authorized the Green Mountain School District to impose a property tax levy of $70,000 per year for four years with an approximate levy rate of $0.67 per $1,000 of assessed valuation in order to fund the acquisition of land, the acquisition of a two-classroom portable and the installation of the portable on the property.[1]

Election results

Clark County

Green Mountain SD Prop. 1
Approveda Yes 142 57.96%
These election results are from the Clark County elections office

Text of measure

Language on the ballot:

The Board of Directors of Green Mountain School District No. 103 adopted Resolution No. 2013-2, concerning a proposition to finance land and portable classrooms. This proposition would authorize the District to acquire land and a two-classroom portable (including preparing the land and installing the portable), and levy the following excess taxes, on all taxable property within the District:[1][2]
Collection Year: Approx. Rate/$1,000 value Levy Amount

2014 $0.67 $70,000
2015 $0.67 $70,000
2016 $0.67 $70,000
2017 $0.67 $70,000

all as provided in Resolution No. 2013-2. Should this proposition be approved?

Levy ... Yes

Levy ... No

See also

External links


  1. 1.0 1.1 Clark County Voter’s Quides
  2. Note: This text is quoted verbatim from the original source. Any inconsistencies are attributed to the original source.