Twinsburg Schools Asking for 4.9-Mill Levy in November

A 4.9-mill tax levy to support the Twinsburg schools would cost property owners annually about $150 per $100,000 of property value, according to the district.

Voters in Twinsburg will decide in November whether to endorse, with their tax money, a levy to support the Twinsburg City School District.

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.

This continuing levy would commence in 2012 with taxes due in 2013. 

Read more:

  • Andrews: Schools Can 'Continue Excellence' With Levy Approval
  • Superintendent: November Levy Risky But Right Thing To Do
  • POLL: Twinsburg Schools' Levy Approved; How Will You Vote?


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