West Liberty-Salem school board members recently agreed to place a five-year, 1.5 mill permanent improvement levy before voters on the May 6 primary election ballot, and administrators are working to ensure the public understands what that levy funds.
The levy currently generates approximately $155,000 per year for the district, according to Treasurer Steve Godwin. If approved it would cost a $100,000 property owner about $45.94 per year.
The levy was first approved in November 1984 and was renewed four times until 2004 when voters approved a replacement levy.
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