The Gahanna-Jefferson Board of Education on Aug. 4 is expected to move forward with putting a permanent improvements levy on the November ballot.
The board took the first step Aug. 1 to place a levy on the Nov. 4 ballot, voting unanimously to approve a resolution of necessity for a 2.16-mill levy that would generate about $3 million annually.
District treasurer Julio Valladares said he estimates the levy would cost homeowners an additional $75 per $100,000 of assessed property value.
If approved, funds from the permanent improvements levy could be used only for items with a life expectancy of five years or more, such as building repairs, buses and technology.
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