Wooster City Schools Superintendent Michael Tefs held a meeting with the public this week to discuss the schools upcoming levy request. Tefs explained that the school doesn’t have a strict plan if the levy fails, as the school doesn’t want to run a negative campaign for the levy. Those that showed up at the Wayne County Library in Downtown Wooster herd Tefs speak about how the levy would cost the owner of a $100,000 house an extra $227 a year, and that the majority of the money generated by the levy would go towards paying personnel. The upcoming levy request is the first put on the ballot by Wooster City Schools since 2010.
Wooster Superintendent Tefs holds meeting with public about levy
Mar 4, 2020