The Kenston Board of Education unanimously approved this week the first of two resolutions to place a 1.35 mill permanent improvement levy on the November ballot.

Superintendent Steven Sayers said that recent discussions with the administrative team led the district to propose a five-year, limited-term levy rather than a continuing levy, which continues for an indefinite period of time.

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