The Olathe City Council touted a mill-levy reduction in August, but a misunderstanding that left Olathe West High School — shown here getting a fresh coat of paint in the gym Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017, before opening its doors to students for the first time — on property tax rolls when budgets were set might mean that taxpayer savings vanishes.
The Olathe City Council touted a mill-levy reduction in August, but a misunderstanding that left Olathe West High School — shown here getting a fresh coat of paint in the gym Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017, before opening its doors to students for the first time — on property tax rolls when budgets were set might mean that taxpayer savings vanishes. File photo
The Olathe City Council touted a mill-levy reduction in August, but a misunderstanding that left Olathe West High School — shown here getting a fresh coat of paint in the gym Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017, before opening its doors to students for the first time — on property tax rolls when budgets were set might mean that taxpayer savings vanishes. File photo

Promised property-tax break in Olathe may vanish

November 08, 2017 11:51 PM

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