WEST MILTON — Voters in West Milton can expect see a renewal levy on the ballot Nov. 3.
Milton-Union Treasurer Kay Altenburger said the levy helps the school with operating expenses and as-needed items for students.
“The money generated from the levy is used primarily for technology and the replacement of buses,” she said.
The five-year levy was first passed in 1991.
The millage is 3.9 mills and has remained the same since it was originally passed.
It brings in approximately $380,000 per year.