Loveland, Ohio – The Loveland Board of Education will hold a special meeting on Monday, September 9, in the LMS/LIS Media Center at 5 PM. (801 South Lebanon Rd.)

According to the agenda published for the meeting, the Board will consider a resolution to structure the levying of the taxes associated with the November 5 ballot issue to gradually apply the tax rates over a period of three years.

On July 26 the Board voted unanimously to issue bonds for $118,515,000 and to place a combined operating and bond levy of 16.78-mill on the November 5 ballot to fund daily operations of the school district and a building and to implement the district’s facility master plan.

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