Updated: Pemberville library places replacement levy on the ballot


PEMBERVILLE — The Pemberville Public Library is asking residents for support of a replacement levy.

The Eastwood Board of Education at its June meeting approved a resolution declaring it necessary to levy the tax.

“The board of education has an administrative responsibility,” said Brent Welker, Eastwood superintendent.

The request, which will appear on the November ballot, is for the replacement of the library’s 0.8-mill levy.

Funds also support library branches in Luckey and Stony Ridge.

“They are approving our resolution to proceed to go to the ballot. What this means is that we are going to the ballot in the fall for a replacement levy,” said Ariel Jacobs, Pemberville Public Library director.

The board also announced that they will not make any changes to lunch prices for the 2024-2025 school year.

The next regular board meeting of the Eastwood Board of Education is on July 22 at 8:30 a.m.

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