When Piedmont Board of Education members meet Wednesday night, they are expected to approve placing a permanent school parcel tax measure before voters in a March 5, 2013, election.
To be decided Wednesday: whether the measure will be a flat rate or include the option of annual increases. Board members did not reach agreement on that issue at their last meeting.
The measure would require a 2/3 majority approval by voters.
Since proposition 30, a state school funding measure, was approved by voters in the Nov. 6 election, the local board is not expected to ask for a second, supplemental tax.
For more information, see "School Board Favors Making School Parce Tax Permanent."
The board's public session will begin at 7 p.m. in the City Hall council chambers, 120 Vista Ave.