Hubbard school district levies

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HUBBARD, Ohio (WKBN)- Hubbard Exempted Village School District is asking voters to renew a 5-year $4.2 mills levy.

The levy generates $986,000 for the district each year and costs the owner of a $100,000 home $147 a year and covers general operations costs such as textbooks, instructional supplies, maintenance, bussing, and employee salaries.

District officials say the levy’s passage would allow the district to avoid operating in a deficit.

If the levy fails, officials say it would be a huge hit to their budget and the district would be forced to make cuts.

There are two fire and EMS levies: a one mill and two mill levy as well as a police and EMS levy.

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