Many parents and residents have waited for the to decide on a levy for the November ballot, and now it has.
According to the agenda for Thursday's meeting, the board will vote on a resolution declaring it necesarry to request an additional 4.9 mill tax levy. The meeting will be at City Hall at 5:30 p.m.
The levy would generate almost $3.8 million annually.
Board members have said before there would be a , but were unsure how much.
Treasurer Martin Aho said earlier this month that the district's cash reserve would be in the red by 2016.
Superintendent Kathryn Powers and School Board President Ron Stuver were unavailable for comment at the time of posting.
Twinsburg Patch will keep you updated as this story ufolds.