The Hardin County Commissioners got an update about a levy that is being planned by Ohio Hi-Point Career Center.
Superintendent Rick Smith met this week with the commissioners and updated them on the point 6 mill permanent improvement levy that the school is planning to put on the ballot.
The money would go to renovate and expand buildings. If passed, the cost would be around $1.84 per month or $22 per year on a property value of $100,000.
Smith explained they went with the lowest millage, and this levy should carry them for forty years without having to come back to the people.
Ohio Hi-Point represents fourteen schools with 14 programs and are starting a manufacturing program and H-VAC program.