A big jump in school taxes on bills that are coming out this month.
It's the largest increase in 15 years, according to Dale Knapp with the Wisconsin Taxpayers Alliance. He says bills are up an average of 7.4 percent this year statewide.
Knapp says the reason for the increase is the late state budget, which resulted in state school aids not going up this year. As a result, districts had to replace increased school aids with a property tax hike.
The increase in taxes totals nearly $280 million.