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Sylvania eyes cuts if school levy defeated
Massive cuts could be in order for Sylvania Schools if a 5.7-mill levy gets voted down in November. Superintendent Scott Nelson and other school officials revealed the long list to 200 people at Monday’s school board meeting, including the elimination of about 40 teaching and 10 staff positions. The cuts would save the district just over $4 million a year.
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Sylvania Voices
Kelly Hicks
Ebeid Hospice

"It provides hope and a reminder of the cycle of life."
Julie Hoffman
Sylvania Schools

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"She has the skill set and the integrity to financially lead Sylvania into the future."
Jeff Kowalski
Sylvania Township fire chief

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"The good thing is, it’s only going to be a few days. We already have issues."
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