2021

Agriculture producers can now make elections and enroll in the Agriculture Risk Coverage (ARC) and Price Loss Coverage (PLC) programs for the 2021 crop year. The signup period opened Tuesday, Oct. 13. These key U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) safety-net programs help producers weather...
The Luverne School District levy is set to decrease by 4.4 percent for taxes payable in 2021. The district next year will levy $3.904 million, which is $179,805 less than the $4.084 million levied this year. Luverne School Board members set the district’s preliminary levy at their Sept. 24 meeting...
The Hills-Beaver Creek School District levy is set to increase by less than 1 percent in 2021 following action at the H-BC School Board’s Sept. 28 meeting. For taxes payable in 2021, the district will levy an additional $8,612 or .64 percent more than in 2020. Local property taxpayers contribute $1...
Rock County Commissioners are proposing a 2.15-percent levy increase for taxes payable in 2021. The proposed 2021 increase garners an additional $127,000 for a total levy of $6.3 million, or about half the county’s annual budget. Included in the 2021 budget is $79,000 earmarked for reserves. The...
The Rock County Commissioners postponed action on a preliminary 2021 tax levy until Sept. 22 after discussions stalled during the Sept. 8 meeting. County Administrator Kyle Oldre said the state is projecting a budget shortfall due to spending efforts to lessen the coronavirus pandemic impact in the...
For the second year in a row, Luverne’s tax levy could increase by more than 9 percent, according to action at the Sept. 8 City Council meeting. Council members set the proposed 2021 tax levy at $2,298,720, which represents a 9.67 percent increase ($202,596 more than the current levy). The levy...

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