The Centerville City School District is an asset to our entire community. Quality schools protect property values, add to our quality of life, and help attract and keep families here who value education. Now, Centerville City Schools needs our support with Issue 34, a 5.9-mill emergency operating levy on the November 5 ballot, to continue providing the high quality of education this community has come to expect.
Our schools have worked hard to make this levy affordable. Issue 34 is limited to ten years, and with passage the net monthly increase in taxes is less than $13 per $100,000 of property value. The schools have made cuts including eliminating more than 75 positions and freezing base pay for teachers and administrators for three years. But without the levy, further cuts will be necessary cuts that compromise the quality of education and our community.
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Together, let’s show that quality education is a real necessity for Centerville and Washington Township. Early voting started October 1, and Election Day is November 5.
Thank you for support!