Voters in the Lexington school district will see an issue on the ballot November 6th for two new buildings. The Lexington $55.95 million bond issue is for two buildings, which one would house Pre-K–6th grade and the other, 7th through 12th grade. The two new buildings would replace the current 5 buildings, which the average age is 69 years old. The State of Ohio will pay 53% of the cost, which will cost the owner of a $100,000 home about $26 a month or $318 per year.
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