Issue 3: The District's Levy Request

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    New Albany-Plain Local Schools has placed an 8.9 mill combination levy on the November 2014 ballot - listed as Issue 3. A combination of a 6.9 mill operating levy and a 2.0 mill permanent improvement levy, Issue 3 is necessary to maintain our current world-class educational programming. Two years ago, the district chose a smaller request (with a much-needed bond issue), so the public could hold us accountable before we asked taxpayers to fulfill our total need. That time is now.

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    Issue 3 ... the cost of the levy to taxpayers.

    ... the basics of state and local funding for New Albany Schools.

    ... the necessary cuts and reductions that may occur.

    ... cost saving measures NAPLS has taken in the past three years.

    ... how state law forces school districts to return to the ballot.

    ... how levies work in the state of Ohio.

    ... the district's 10-year plan for permanent improvements

    ... common answers to questions about Issue 3.

    Election Day is Tuesday, November 4, 2014