School district voters in May will be asked to approve an additional tax for permanent improvement purposes.
District officials in November had requested voters renew a permanent improvement levy, but voters declined to do that.
Superintendent Jeff Ritz has said the district had three opportunities to renew its permanent improvement levy. Before November's attempt, the board had two other opportunities to ask district residents to renew the levy, but decided not to put the request before voters. So during this week's school board meeting, board members voted unanimously to place an additional permanent improvement tax on the ballot.
Details about the upcoming levy request were published in Tuesday's Reflector. To read more, pick up a copy of that issue or subscribe to the e-paper for less than $1 per week and read it now.