Triad CUSD2

What will Triad use CSFT revenue for?

  • At least 50% of CSFT revenue will be used to reduce property tax for constituents.  This amounts to an estimated rate decrease of 23 cents, which corresponds to a tax cut of $77 per $100,000 of property value  or a potential savings of:
    • $77 per year for a $100,000 home
    • $116 per year for a $150,000 home
    •  $154 per year for a $200,000 home
    •  $193 per year for a $250,000 home
  • CSFT revenue will help Triad AVOID the need to sell bonds or take out loans that would cause the district to incur additional debt and interest costs
  • CSFT revenue will be used for the following district expenses: 
    • Yearly budgeted expenses such as parking lots, sidewalks, roofs, and other major repairs
    • Safety features such as updated video camera systems and  improved disabled access in schools
    • Expand and renovate TMS cafeteria, courtyard, and locker rooms 
    • District Technology Infrastructure such as servers, voice & data networks, and classroom presentation equipment
    • Upgrade facilities on a schedule as opposed to waiting until things fall apart
    • Improve athletic facilities
    • Energy efficiency measures
    • Expansion of any existing buildings as needed
  • CSFT revenue will be used to increase fund balance reserves for larger building projects in the future eliminating the need to raise property taxes