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Loudonville-Perrysville Permanent Improvement Levy Fails

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  Original Published: 11/6/2013 The Loudonville-Perrysville 3-mill permanent improvement levy failed by more than 300 votes Tuesday night. Superintendent John Miller says the purpose of the levy was for repairs and maintenance of the district's three buildings and despite a P-I levy being in place since 1985 and renewed five times since then, voters turned thumbs down. Miller says he will probably recommend to the Loudonville Board of Education they vote to put the measure back on the May ballot and feels they'll give strong consideration to bringing it back as the much needed repairs and maintenance won't pay for themselves.
   
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