MARSHFIELD — Twinfield Union School officials say the common level of appraisal is completely to blame for tax increases that would be seen if the school budget is approved at town meeting in March.

The school board that oversees the school that serves Plainfield and Marshfield held its regular meeting Tuesday night via Zoom in anticipation of a storm that ended up knocking out power for thousands of residents across the state. Part of the meeting’s agenda included a budget discussion, with the board close to wrapping up its budget season.