Cuyahoga Falls Board of Education Eyes 3-Mill Levy
The Board will decide in the weeks ahead on whether to put the proposed permanent improvement levy on the May 7 ballot.
The Cuyahoga Falls Board of Education might put a new 5-year, 3-mill permanent improvement levy on the May 7 ballot.
At its meeting on Monday, the Board unanimously passed a resolution, which will be sent to the Summit County Fiscal Office in order to calculate and certify how much revenue the levy would raise.
Upon certification, board members will vote on whether to place the levy on the ballot.
According to Cuyahoga Falls City Schools Treasurer David Hoskin, the levy would cost homeowners $91.88 per year for every $100,000 in property tax valuation.
"A permanent improvement levy would bolster the district's revenue stream and could be used for building maintenance, bus purchases and classroom technology," reports the Falls News Press.
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