The third try may be the charm.
The Christina School district is taking one more swipe at convincing voters to raise taxes after the last two efforts were rejected in referendums.
The district will be asking voters on March 23rd to approve a 30 cent increase per $100 of assessed property value.
The Wilmington News Journal reports that’s 20 percent less than what the district had sought last year.
School officials argue that the money is needed after it cut its budget by $9 million when that last referendum was rejected.