South Range schools seek levy

NORTH LIMA — Hoping to raise funds for the construction of a new school building, the South Range Board of Education has agreed to ask residents to approve a 7.9-mill levy.

At a special meeting recently, the board voted unanimously to place the levy issue on the May 8 ballot.

“This is a big step, and we, the board, myself and the treasurer, have been living, breathing this,” said Superintendent Dennis Dunham. “We don’t sleep. This project is what has become priority for us. We want to make all the right decisions.”

For details of the South Range levy plans, please see Sunday's print edition of The Vindicator or

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