Below you can read the resolution passed by the Board and the Ballot language that will remain the same.
Levy skeptics offer opinions after meeting adjourns…
Loveland, Ohio – At the end of July, the Loveland Board of Education voted unanimously to issue bonds for $118,515,000 and to place a combined operating and bond levy of 16.78-mill on the November 5 ballot to fund daily operations of the school district and to implement the district’s facility master plan, including three new school buildings at Grailville.
The Board met Monday in a special meeting at 5 PM and voted to amend the parameters of the levy request. They voted unanimously to approve a resolution to structure the levying of the new taxes that will phase them in over three years.
LOVELAND MAGAZINE TV was at the meeting and recorded the meeting as well as a few comments from residents after the meeting was over.
Full video of meeting
Walter Golladay, Pete Palmer, and Marcia Neumann comment on Board action.
This is the draft Resolution that the Board voted on Monday. There were no changes made before approving it.
This is how the question will appear on your Ballot. Nothing the Board did Monday changes this ballot language.