The Killeen Independent School District expects to take in about $3.5 million more in property taxes this year than the previous year, according to district officials.
The district’s board of trustees voted 7-0 to approve the Killeen ISD tax roll for 2013. According to documentation from the district business office, this year’s expected total tax levy is just more than $75.3 million, compared with 2012’s total tax levy of $71.7 million.
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