The Radnor Township School Board voted on Tuesday to restrain its taxing power to no more than the state’s Act 1 index for 2013-14, which is 1.7 percent, reports Main Line Media News.
The newspaper reports that the board will not apply for Act 1 exceptions in the next fiscal year.
For the current fiscal year, the board voted to raise real estate taxes by 3.21 percent. Of that increase, 1.7 percent was the Act 1 index, the remainder of the increase coming from state-granted exceptions, of which there will be none in 2013-14), according to the article.
Also in school district news, the district has decided to postpone the implementation of a full-day kindergarten program to September, 2014. The original implementation date was September, 2013.