In Hebron, school officials have decided to try again, voting four-to-one Tuesday night to place a referendum on the ballot this May, asking residents of the Metropolitan School District of Boone Township for a property tax increase to help fund schools. Board member Don Fry was the lone vote against. A referendum seeking a higher increase failed by four votes last year. Teacher and program cuts followed. If approved this Spring, officials said it would mean about 69-dollars more a year for a 100-thousand dollar home. The board is seeking $479,315, an increase of 21 cents per $100 of assessed valuation. Last year's referendum would have meant a $530,000 increase.