AFFTON, Mo. (KMOV) – Voters in the Bayless School District approved a 92 cent tax hike which will allow the return of district buses and on the road to fiscal recovery.
With the passage of Proposition B, taxes will increase for Bayless residents to $4.22 and bring an estimated $1,288,000 into the district for the 2012-2013 school year.
Transportation was cut two years ago by the school district and it was looking at more cuts in education this year.
The district’s superintendent, Dr. Maureen Clancy-May tells News 4 the district will likely have seven or eight buses for students when the school year starts in August.