Alexandria to vote on referendum to pay for new $65M school

The tax increase would be used to pay for a new $65 million high school. If the referendum is approved, home owners should expect to see their property taxes go up by about $126 a year.
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The tax increase would be used to pay for a new $65 million high school. If the referendum is approved, home owners should expect to see their property taxes go up by about $126 a year.

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