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What questions do you have about the levy?

Posted on: October 18, 2022

Lebanon City School District has a 9.64-mill substitute levy on the ballot November 8. What questions do you have about the levy? Click on this link to ask a question using Thought Exchange:

Superintendent Isaac Seevers is hosting a Facebook Live Question and Answer Forum this Thursday, October 20 beginning at 7:00 p.m. He'll answer the questions submitted to Thought Exchange first, then open the floor for additional questions.

Quick facts about Issue 7: Lebanon City School District's 9.64-mill substitute levy on the ballot November 8:

  • The levy will not raise taxes

  • The levy is not asking for new money

  • The levy will combine three existing levies into one 

  • The three levies being combined into one were first approved by voters in 2005, 2011, and 2019

  • The district will continue to receive $12.2 million in funding and operating expenses from the substitute levy

  • With the substitute levy, the district will receive additional tax revenue only when new homes and businesses are developed

More levy information is on our website:

MORE INFO ABOUT THOUGHT EXCHANGE: We're using Thought Exchange to collect questions for the Facebook Live Question and Answer forum. ThoughtExchange is an anonymous online feedback gathering tool. Click here to learn how to use it. You can submit your question, comment or feedback to ThoughtExchange using your phone, tablet, or desktop. Click here to ask a question about the levy: