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The Friendswood ISD board of trustees met on Monday, July 17 to move forward on several agenda items. Here are the top four takeaways from the board meeting.
- FISD trustees set a proposed tax rate.
The FISD board of trustees agreed to set a proposed property tax rate of $1.367 per $100 valuation, which comprises $1.13 for the maintenance and operations and $.237 for debt service. If passed, this will result in a 2-cent decrease over last year’s rate.
“I am very comfortable with the two pennies [decrease],” FISD board president Rebecca Hillenburg said.