THE BEACHWOOD SCHOOL DISTRICT IS PLANNING ANOTHER LEVY
“We will need to ask the public for an operating levy again in 2023” – Michelle Mills, Treasurer, page 4 in newly released ‘You and Your Schools 2019’
VOTE ON NOVEMBER 5th FOR BROADBENT, CAPUTO, AND LOEB WHO OPPOSE EXCESSIVE, UNNECESSARY LEVIES
We just passed a significant school levy less than a year ago, on top of increased house valuations. This is a levy in addition to the still not abandoned but merely delayed bond levy to demolish Bryden and Hilltop schools.
Significant tax increases such as these levies lead to rent increases.
The board spends school money on contracts, such as Burgess, to either re-elect the current board or to teach it how to talk to its own voters.
Broadbent, Caputo, and Loeb support levies when they are justified and bring educational value to ALL students.