Litchfield Schools will ask for $300-per-student levy increase on May 19
LITCHFIELD -- Litchfield Public Schools will ask for a $300-per-student levy increase when it proposes its May 19 referendum to local voters.
Superintendent Bill Wold said today the Litchfield School Board finalized the details for its May 19 referendum during Monday's board meeting. Wold said the district will ask voters to approve a $600-per-student operating levy that lasts for seven years.
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