Clark-Pleasant superintendent makes appeal for part of revenue

The leader of Johnson County’s fastest-growing school district still hopes to get a slice of millions in tax dollars set aside every year or at least not lose out on new taxes in the future.

Clark-Pleasant Schools Superintendent Patrick Spray first asked Greenwood to consider giving the school district money or work out some other way to help pay for buses and other school needs.

Then he asked that an expanded tax-increment financing, or TIF, district not set aside property taxes from a Greenwood manufacturer’s most recent building projects, so the schools would get some of the property taxes.

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