HUBER HEIGHTS, Ohio (WDTN) - Voters in the Huber Heights School District will see a levy on the ballot come August.
Superintendent Susan Gunnell says it will be a 5.95 mill levy. Gunnell says this is the district's fourth attempt at additional funds from taxpayers.
The levy would cost the average homeowner an extra $15.00 a month.
The school board also formally approved a reduction in force that was outlined in January.
It cuts 48 teachers.
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