Clark-Pleasant seeks piece of TIF pie

New laptops for Clark-Pleasant students are out of the question.

So is replacing six aged school buses each year. Instead, buses are bought one at a time.

Clark-Pleasant Community School Corp. has been unable to collect more than $3 million each year due to property tax caps, which limit how much governments can collect in taxes. The new state law went into effect shortly after the school district borrowed $53 million to build a new middle school and intermediate school and renovate an elementary school.

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