|Elida back to drawing board after levy failure|
|Written by Stacy Taff|
|Wednesday, November 21, 2012 1:16 PM|
Elida will now need to come up with a game plan to stay afloat, which will most likely include going back to the ballot May.
“Ohio is number one in the country for the number of schools that go back to the ballot,” Treasurer Joel Parker said. “Tax cuts are good for the individual and they help politicians get re-elected but they don’t help schools. We’ve been lean for a long time, too lean I’d say. It seems like everyone wants to have schools operate like businesses, but that’s impossible when we have no control over our revenue. We definitely have challenges ahead of us.”
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