City schools budget set at $17.9 million

By SUSAN AMUNDSON,

The Columbia School District accepted its 2019-2020 budget in a special meeting Tuesday.

The school district is already at its millage cap of 55 mills so there is no property increase, Business Manager Kim Rogers said during her presentation to the school board.

 
 
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