Editor Colin McEwen email@example.com
Schools, Business, Elections
Here’s a highlight of the top stories from around Lakewood during the past week.
It was a night of good news for a school district that saw much of its 6.9-mill levy — passed in 2009 — “wiped out” by sweeping cuts to education from the state of Ohio.
Voters in the Lakewood City School district overwhlemingly passed a 3.9-mill new continuing levy today — to the tune of 68 percent of the vote.
There’s only one measure — for a 3.9-mill operating levy for the Lakewood City Schools — on the ballot.
The candidates, voting information and issues that will affect Lakewood on Election Day.
The operating levy would cost owners of a $100,000 home $10 per month.
The former Lakewood mayor officially announced his decision Wednesday afternoon, according to our partners at WEWS News Channel 5.
The newspaper recently announced its support for Issue 14.
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