Taxpayers in the Westerville City School District turned in a petition to lower property taxes by 6.71 mills.
The petition had more than 5,000 signatures, which would be enough to put the issue on the November ballot if certified.
If the measure passes, taxpayers would pay $205 less per $100,000 of property value.
It would essentially repeal the five-year, 6.71 mill emergency operating levy that passed on March 6.
The district said the levy was need to raise $16.5 million annually and help balance the budget.
The Westerville City School District has not outlined what cuts would be necessary if the repeal measure would pass.
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