A story in the July 22 edition of ThisWeek Pickerington contained incorrect information about how much it would have cost homeowners if the Pickerington Board of Education had decided to seek a replacement of a 1985 school levy. The 9.8-mill levy currently is collected at a rate of approximately 3.59 mills. Had the board opted to put a replacement request for this levy on the November ballot, it would have cost homeowners an additional $190.25 per $100,000 home valuation annually and would have generated $6.905-million in new revenue.

A story in the July 22 edition of ThisWeek Pickerington contained incorrect information about how much it would have cost homeowners if the Pickerington Board of Education had decided to seek a replacement of a 1985 school levy. The 9.8-mill levy currently is collected at a rate of approximately 3.59 mills. Had the board opted to put a replacement request for this levy on the November ballot, it would have cost homeowners an additional $190.25 per $100,000 home valuation annually and would have generated $6.905-million in new revenue.