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Apr 2018
The Board of Directors of the Greater Medina Chamber of Commerce has passed a resolution of support for the Medina City Schools levy.  The district is seeking to pass a 5.2 mill substitute levy on the May 8th ballot.  This levy will substitute the current 5.9 mill 5-year emergency levy that is set to expire December 31, 2018.  If passed, the 5.2 continuous substitute levy will generate the same amount of dollars (approximately $6.6 million) and take effect January 1, 2019.
 
The Greater Medina Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors endorses this levy and recognizes the crucial role that strong schools and education play in the health and wellness of our community.  The substitute levy will not create a new tax and home owners will pay less taxes overall as a bond issue will be expiring December 31, 2018.
 
The passing of this levy will create financial stability for the Medina City School District.  This means that current programming and services will continue without interruption and the District will be able implement the 5-year strategic plan, implementing additional programs and services to students.
 
The Greater Medina Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors supports the Medina City Schools levy to provide for the continued educational excellence from which the district and community will continue to benefit.
 
Posted by Jaclyn Ringstmeier on April 16, 2018 at 3:33 PM
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