PERRY TWP., Ohio (News Talk 1480 WHBC) – The Perry Local Schools are looking for some new money, so the school board is going to the ballot.
They agreed to place a 7.3 mill 5-year operating issue on the May 2 ballot.
There hasn’t been an increase in operating funding in the district in 27 years.
Superintendent Nate Stutz it’ll help pay for day-to-day operations and is part of the district’s long-term improvement plan.
It would raise $6.2 million annually.
The levy will cost the owner of a $100,000 home another $256 a year.