Voters in the Licking Heights school district will decide a 10-year, 8.92-mill emergency levy request on their May 7 primary election ballots.
The levy would generate $4.3 million per year. It would cost district property owners about $273 per year per $100,000 of assessed valuation.
An identical levy request was rejected by voters last November.
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