On Sept. 19, 2017, Superintendent Andy Culp recommended to the Board of Education a massive construction project expected to cost $50 million or more.  The levies (and possible income tax) needed to pay for this initiative, and the accompanying maintenance and operations would require the largest-ever tax increase in our community.

Unless we redirect this process towards a more affordable alternative, next November we will have a failed levy, schools in even more dire need of attention, and a community divided by this issue. That’s a lose-lose-lose proposition we can’t afford. 

We can do better.

If you are a registered voter and resident of Grandview Heights or Marble Cliff, please join your neighbors in signing this petition.