Edison considering levy options for May

Aaron Krause • Jan 14, 2013 at 8:19 AM

Edison Local School District officials likely will join a number of local school districts this May in going back to the voters due to its financial situation.

School board members decided during this week's special meeting to pick one of four possible levy options for the May ballot. The choices are a 5-year, 1,092,400 levy, a 5-year, 1,315,343 levy, a 5-year 1,538,282 levy and a 5-year 1,761,222 levy.

The board plans to choose one of those options at its next meeting, scheduled for 7 p.m. Jan 23 at Edison Middle School in Berlin Heights.

This week, the Norwalk and Willard school boards voted to add levies to the May ballot, while the Monroeville school board discussed the possibility of a levy renewal.

A story about the Edison levy discussions and other matters handled by the school board was published in Friday's Reflector.

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