The Lorain County JVS Board of Education has taken action to place a 0.66 mill permanent improvement levy on the November 3, 2020 ballot. This will appear as Issue 18 on your ballot.
A 10-year, 0.66 mill permanent improvement levy for Lorain County JVS is on the November 3 ballot. Permanent Improvement funds will be used to upgrade safety and modernize the facility to keep up with the demands of today’s job market.
How much will it cost?
The levy will cost homeowners approximately $2 dollars per month for each $100,000 of appraised property value.
What will the levy provide?
If passed, the issue will generate about $4.5 million per year for 10 years. Levy dollars will provide a dedicated revenue stream for building maintenance, repairs and enhancements including:
Safety updates to the school
Sprinkler systems for fire suppression
Replace/upgrade air handlers and mechanical systems
Secure entrances to the facility to prevent unauthorized intrusions
Modernizing the facility so it can accommodate advanced technologies used to prepare students for high demand jobs
*all recording done prior to COVID-19