School district loses freeholder challenge in Nebraska Supreme Court

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Posted: Saturday, November 9, 2013 12:00 am

An eastern Nebraska school district cannot reverse the transfer of several properties to the tax rolls of a neighboring school district, the Nebraska Supreme Court ruled Friday.

Friday's decision was the second time the high court looked at East Butler Public Schools' challenge after several residents transferred their land and property to the Wahoo school district for taxing purposes in a process called freeholding.

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