Lindbergh & Mehlville School District Property Tax Increases, 2 (November 2010)
The Lindbergh measure sought to increase the current property tax rate by $.65 per $100 of assessed property value in order to help maintain classes, maintain the budget and help with general operational costs.
The Mehlville measure sought to increase the current property tax by $.88 per $100 of assessed value in order to help repair, upgrade technology and furnish classrooms as needed.
- YES 13,988 (37.44%)
- NO 23,369 (62.56%) 
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