The Twinsburg teachers union has officially declared its support for the upcoming levy for the Twinsburg City Schools.
The Twinsburg Education Association recently voted to endorse the levy at its executive committee meeting, according to a TEA press release.
“The teachers are already showing support by displaying signs, attending events and knocking on doors, President Nora Suder-Riley said in the release.
The district is asking residents to support a 4.9 mill continuing operating levy. If approved it will cost the owner of a $100,000 home $150.06 annually, according to the district's data.
If Issue 69 is approved, it will create $3.8 million each year for the district, in addition to the recent $3.2 million in cuts and changes. Combined they will fill the $7 million hole in district operating expenses.
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