4.9 mill operating levy falls by apparent narrow margin

By Chuck Gibson 

LOVELAND, OH (ELECTION NIGHT-Tuesday, November 8,2022) – It has been a toughly debated issue for the Loveland community and for the Loveland City School District, but the people have spoken once again defeating the 4.9 mill operating levy at the polls. 

With final election results still to come on races and issues before Ohio voters, the community of Loveland and the Loveland City School District (LCSD) received news of an apparent rejection of the 4.9 mill operating leyy. It is reported to have been a narrow margin of defeat.

Here is the message released by the supporters of the LCSD levy campaign – Loveland Supports Loveland- Citizens for Loveland City Schools:

Good evening,

Thank you to every community member, staff and business leader who worked tirelessly for this levy. We are disappointed in the result tonight but we also understand we MUST continue to work to find an answer to funding for the children and staff of our district.

Please hold onto your signs. If you have a large sign, we will be by within the next week to pick them up.

Thank you for your continued support,

Citizens for Loveland City Schools

More details regarding voter turnout and final vote counts will follow here on Loveland Beacon.

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