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Black Hawk's tax rate hinges on Nov. 4
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SOUTH WAYNE - Voters will determine the tax rate in the Black Hawk school district Nov. 4 when they are asked to approve a $250,000 recurring referendum for operational expenses. If the referendum passes residents could see a spike in their school taxes for the 2014-15 school year, and without the referendum residents' taxes will decrease slightly. The 2014-15 budget, passed at Black Hawk's annual meeting on Oct. 20, accounts for both prospects of the referendum passing or not passing.