Oakwood voters to vote on school levy on Nov. 7

OAKWOOD — Voters in Oakwood are going to see a school levy on the ballot this November.

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The school board unanimously approved the 6.75 mill property tax issue that would fund operations and permanent improvements.

If approved, it would cost the owner of a $100,000 property an additional $236, according to the Montgomery County Auditor’s Office.

The board says the operating part of the levy would generate just over $2 million a year that would go towards staffing, benefits, and instructional student programming.

It will also generate over $370,000 for facility improvements, maintenance, and technology and security.

Voters will cast a single yes or no vote on the combined levy.

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