By Fallon Glick, Multi- Media Journalist - bio | email
After a failed levy in November, Apollo Career Center is gearing up to inform voters about this levy on the May ballot, and how it could benefit economic development.
The price of a cup of coffee is all the average homeowner would have to pay a month if they voted yes to the Apollo Career Center Levy.
Superintendent Judy Wells believes it didn't pass last election because people weren't aware of it due to all the hype around the presidency, but she is now doing her part to make sure the public is informed this time around.
Companies around the area are often connected with Apollo students for jobs. Jed Metzger of the Lima Allen County Chamber of Commerce says this levy is necessary to keep the students up to date on technology and could help improve economic development with them entering the workforce.