The Lima City Schools Board of Education votes to put the failed levy from the March election back on the ballot in November.
The levy is exactly the same as the one voted down in March. It's $1.8 million for five years. The money will pay for operations and permanent improvements.
Although the levy narrowly failed a few months ago the board says they'll make sure more voters are informed about the levy this time around.
Superintendent Jill Ackerman believes the levy will pass this time around since voter turnout should be better since it's a presidential election.