WAYNESFIELD — Waynesfield-Goshen School District voters approved the renewal of a 4.9-mill, five-year permanent improvement levy on Tuesday by a 248 to 136 vote.
“We really appreciate the community’s support,” Superintendent. Chris Pfister said. “The community has always been supportive of the school.”
Pfister said the money helps ensure that the school to make proper maintenance adjustments to school facilities when needed. He said the money is also used for things like bus purchases and putting the proper technology in place within the district.
While the levy was approved at 4.9 mills, it will collect at the current rollback rate of 3.3 mills. The levy generates about $196,000 per year. The levy will cost a homeowner approximately $115.50 annually based on a $100,000 home.