WLS to Ask Voters for New Money in November

(Toledo, OH) Washington Local Schools will seek more money from voters in November. 

The Washington board of education took the first step Wednesday night in putting a levy on the November ballot. 

The board of education will ask voters to approve a 4.9 mill property tax levy, which would raise taxes for the owner of a $100,000 home by more than $170 per year. 

The ballot issue is considered a "combination levy," meaning the funds would be used for both current operating expenses and permanent improvements. A second vote will be required of the school board at its June meeting to formally put the tax request on the ballot.

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