ELECTION 2023: Greeneview Schools ask for money for improved buildings in November election

Bond issue would fund $19 million to renovate and build two buildings.

Credit: Nick Graham

Credit: Nick Graham

Greeneview Local School District is asking for $19 million over 37 years and a permanent improvement levy that collects about $277,346 annually.

The district wants to move its three buildings into two and pass a permanent improvement levy. All students will be together in two campuses on Cottonville Road, the district said. Additions would be made to the middle and high school, so the district is not building two new buildings and no new land will need to be bought.

District officials noted that about one-third of the total cost of the $33 million project will be funded by state and federal funds. Greeneview’s share is about $22 million.

The bond and permanent improvement levy will cost $190.44 per $100,000 in property valuation.

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