Vermilion schools Superintendent explains proposed levy to city council

By Melanie Williamson During the Monday, October 1, city council meeting, Council president Steve Herron invited Vermilion Local Schools District Superintendent Phil Pempin up to address the board regarding the proposed safety and security levy that will be on the November ballot. Pempin stated that the proposed levy will mean approximately $2 per month perContinue reading “Vermilion schools Superintendent explains proposed levy to city council”

Schools place five-year, .68-mill levy for safety and security on ballot

By Candace Barczyk   Voters in the Vermilion Local School District will see a five-year, .68-mill levy on the November 6 ballot for safety and security in the district. The levy, if approved, would generate $300,000 a year, and would cost $24 a year for every $100,000 of property valuation. The levy is Issue 13Continue reading “Schools place five-year, .68-mill levy for safety and security on ballot”

Treasurer asserts cost-cutting measures have extended levy request to 2021

By: Melanie Williamson Each year the superintendent and district treasurer work with the school board to set goals. Those goals are then reviewed throughout the year to ensure they are working towards accomplishing them. At the Wednesday, July 26, school board meeting treasurer Suzanne Wilson reviewed her goals and the progress she has made towardsContinue reading “Treasurer asserts cost-cutting measures have extended levy request to 2021”