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Loveland, Ohio – The Loveland school administration created an ad hoc, short-term advisory committee to assist the board with decision-making to help determine whether an operating levy for the schools should be put on the March 2020 ballot. A combined operating and permanent improvement/bond ballot issue for the schools failed by a 22-78% margin on November 5.

If the recommendation is to put an operating levy on the ballot in March, the board will need to pass an initial resolution of necessity on December 10, have it certified by the county auditor, and pass a second resolution to proceed on December 17. The content of the ballot issue must be submitted to the board of elections no later than December 18.

The first meeting was on November 26. The following LOVELAND MAGAZINE TV videos are from that meeting. They are presented in 25-minute increments for easier viewing and so viewers can pause and go back to watch more as they have time.

The video parts will be added to this page as they are up-loaded and you can revisit this page to watch more or go to LOVELAND MAGAZINE TV to immediately see if new parts have up-loaded.


Dec. 3rd BOE meeting to discuss Grailville purchase


The discussions of the ad hoc, short-term advisory committee will continue on Tuesday, December 3 at 6 PM in the LIS/IS Media Center. All meetings of the Board are open to the public.

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