There was little surprise a few weeks ago when the Palm Beach County School District sought to partner up with the county and 38 municipalities on a proposal to increase the countywide sales-tax rate to 6.5 cents per dollar from the current level of 6 cents.
The proposed increase would give the school district 40 percent of the roughly $110 million in anticipated annual revenue.
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