Loveland, Ohio – The Loveland Board of Education met on Thursday, November 7, for a regularly scheduled work session and added three additional meetings for the remainder of the year to discuss how to move

forward after the failed levy vote on November 5. The board also decided to add a public input session to its next business meeting on November 19. The full meeting schedule through the end of the year is listed below. All meetings start at 6 PM and will be held in the LMS/LIS Media Center on 757 South Lebanon Road.

Results of Combined Operating and Bond Levy on Nov. 5 Ballot

Clermont Co.

YES – 1219

NO – 4101

Hamilton Co.

YES – 1185

NO – 4394

Warren Co.

YES – 43

NO – 139


YES – 2447 


NO –  8634   


The combined operating and bond levy on last Tuesday’s ballot was turned back by a 78-22 percent margin.

On election night the Board issued a press release conceding defeat and Board President Art Jarvis said, “No one wins when our schools lose, and with the levy setback, the needs remain. As for immediate next steps, we will reflect on the vote and the needs in the district and ascertain what the community will support going forward. We have urgent facility and operating issues, but this was not the plan the voters wanted.”

If the Board decides to place a new operating or bond issue on the March 17, 2020, primary election ballot, it must be certified to, or filed with boards of elections by 4 PM on December 18.

  • Tuesday, November 19, 6 PM (business meeting), including public input session (Details to be announced)
  • Tuesday, November 26, 6 PM (special meeting)
  • Tuesday, December 3, 6 PM (special meeting)
  • Tuesday, December 10, 6 PM (work session)
  • Tuesday, December 17, 6 PM (special meeting)



  1. Capitol improvements Need to separate from operstioings expensives . Present as a separate bond issue for capital improvements only. It will pass that way. . A 37 year operating issue will never pass.. The Net present value of money will not support a combined operating and capital improvement issue, just saying. Jerry Barrow

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