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Franklin Schools moves toward emergency tax levy

Voters in the Franklin City School District may be considering a five-year emergency operating tax levy on the May 6 primary ballot.

If approved, the levy would generate about $3.11 million annually, which is the equivalent of 7.92 mills. If approved, it would avert a budget deficit starting in fiscal year 2016 and with a five-year sunset, it will allow voters to hold the board accountable should they not follow through as promised.

Dayton Daily News

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