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Lebanon schools seek approval of renewal levy to avoid $3M deficit

Ed Richter, Dayton Daily News |

Voters in the Lebanon City School District will be asked May 4 to renew a 2.83-mill emergency operating levy for another five years.

This will be the third time that this levy has been considered by voters. According to the Warren County Board of Election, this levy was first approved in 2011 and renewed in 2016.

If the proposed levy is approved by voters, it would cost a property owner about $86.67 per $100,000 of valuation, according to Warren County Auditor Matt Nolan.

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