West Carrollton government schools asking for more moneyPosted by DarthDilbert at 1/09/2010 04:26:00 PM
West Carrollton Schools Superintendent Rusty Clifford announced that the district on May 4 will ask voters to pass the lowest new operating levy millage amount in the district’s history. Clifford made the announcement Wednesday night, Jan. 6, during the West Carrollton Board of Education meeting. He said the district will be asking voters to pass a three-year, 3.25-mill operating levy.
The levy will cost the owner of a $100,000 home $99.53 annually, said Ryan Sloan, district treasurer. The district also will ask voters on May 4 to renew a 6.5-mill operating levy that voters passed in May 2007.
Why should taxpayers be extorted out of more money for a district that is "at risk"?
Reason # to homeschool.
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