District Treasurer Catherine Bulgrin said the Summit County Auditor's office certified the millage for a possible new money emergency levy in August at 6.57-mills Wednesday.
In order to generate , which is what the approved March 28, the 10-year levy needs to collect at 6.57-mills.
For the owner of a $100,000 home, the levy would cost:
- $201.21 annually
- $100.60 for half a year
- $16.77 a month
- 55 cents a day
The board only toward getting the levy on the ballot.
"What's most important to understand is that the $6.5 million doesn’t get us out of the hole ... it only allows us to continue to limp along with reductions," said Boardmember Denny Mariola. "The board would have to take a look at additional reductions."
He said he expects the board to announce further "major expense reductions" by mid-May.
The district, during the last three years, has.
The next board meeting is scheduled for April 11 at at 6 p.m., when the board is expected to approve going on the ballot Aug. 2.