CLAWSON (WWJ) This is not a good time to be thinking about a tax hike or millage increase.

But the Clawson School Board may not have any other options.

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The plan is to replace old computers in the district. Many of the computers that are still being used by students are ten years old.

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There are two options under consideration: one costing about 3.3 million dollars and the second option costing about 4-million dollars.

The proposals would cost between 58-73 dollars in taxes per year, for about ten years.

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The plan will be presented to the Clawson Board of Education on February 14. The issue could go before voters on May 3.