WLS to Ask Voters for New Money in November

posted by News Radio 1370 WSPD & 92.9-FM - 

(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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