Voters reject tax levy looking to benefit Centerville schools

CENTERVILLE — Voters in Centerville have decided to reject a levy that would have benefited Centerville City Schools.

The levy was a reduced amount from November 2023′s levy request, which voters also rejected.

The district previously told News Center 7 that voters rejecting November’s levy forced the district to make cuts, including teaching positions.

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The levy would have generated $11.2 million each year for the district’s operational expenses.

It would have cost about $11.50 a month per $100,000 of appraised home value.

Centerville-Washington Township voters last approved additional funding for the schools in 2019.

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