Rick Anthony, assistant superintendent of Educator Support & Development, gave a report on the ESSER plan that will be on the September consent agenda.
Doug Larson, director of Policy & Legal Services, discussed the mass action lawsuit many districts across the country have joined against a vaping manufacturer.
Mitch Robison, director of Budget Development, gave the 2021 tax hearing presentation to the board. Following the presentation the board opened the meeting to public comment. Following public comment time the board voted to adopt the 2021-2022 budget as published and set the tax rate to be 0.007105. This rate to property owners is less than the 2020 rate, and comes as the board shifts funds from the debt levy to the capital outlay fund (as the board committed to do when the 2017 Granite Bond was passed, allowing school building projects to continue).
Property owners who think the property valuation on their tax notice is higher than what it should be may appeal to the county Board of Equalization through the county property tax website. The deadline for appeals is September 15, 2021. Tax relief programs applications are available on the Salt Lake County Treasurer website.
- Change Orders
- Continuing Improvement Plans
- Early Literacy Plan
- LAND Trust Amendments
- LAND Trust Final Report for 2019-2020
- Sewer Line Easement, Taylorsville-Bennion Improvement District
|Name||Current Assignment||New Assignment||Replacing||Who Transferred To||Effective Date|
|Brian Ipson||Assistant Director, Accounting||Director, Budget||Mitch Robison||Retirement||8/13/2021|
The board approved first readings of Article II.K. Granite School District Community Council and Article IX.A.1.v. Self-Reporting Requirements and Background Checks as presented by Doug Larson, director of Policy & Legal Services.