The Baldwin-Whitehall School Board voted to approve a 2015-16 budget with a real estate tax increase of 0.81 mills on Wednesday. School board members voted 5-4 to approve the $61.3 million budget that included a $1.9 million deficit. Officials expect $59.4 million in revenues. The increase takes the tax rate to 18.42 mills. Last year, the board approved a 2-mill decrease in the tax rate, bringing it down to 17.61 mills. One mill in Baldwin-Whitehall brings in about $1.8 million in tax revenue.