The District 233 school board is set to pass a $61.87 million budget for the 2021-22 fiscal year at its Sept. 21 board meeting.
The overall budget of $61.87 million shows $59.4 million in revenue leaving a deficit of $2.46 million. District 233 Business Manager Lawrence Cook said that drop in revenue is due to an error when the Cook County Clerk’s Office failed to include a tax abatement on last year’s property tax bills. The abatement appears on this year’s bills.
The district also maintains a reserve fund of $52.03 . . .
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