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2020 Millage Committee Meeting Dates (Columbus City Schools)

March 12, 2020 5:30 pm @ 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

The Columbus Board of Education has announced the members and upcoming meeting dates for its 2020 Millage Committee, which is tasked with bringing a recommendation to the Board regarding a possible levy or bond issue.

The Millage Committee is scheduled to meet on:

Thursday, March 12
Monday, March 16
Monday, April 6
Monday, April 20
All meetings will be held from 5:30-7:30 p.m., at Columbus Downtown High School (364 S. 4th St.) and are open to the public. The meetings will be recorded and posted on the District’s YouTube channel.

This Millage Committee was officially created from Board Resolution 19-15-390 during the June 18, 2019, regular business meeting:

“The Columbus City Schools’ Board of Education, hereby charges the Millage Committee with reviewing the strategic plan, academic needs, operational requirements and financial condition of the District and make a recommendation to the Board of Education on the appropriateness of a levy and/or bond question, including form and amount, to be placed on the November 2020 general election ballot.”

The Millage Committee will evaluate and discuss millage amounts for a potential operating levy, bond issue, and/or capital improvements levy. The committee will dissolve upon the completion and delivery of its recommendations to the Board of Education.

The committee will be comprised of a broad group of community and District stakeholders and will be co-chaired by Phillip Calloway of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio and Jordan Miller, a business and community advisor and formerly the President and CEO of the Central Ohio region of Fifth Third Bank.

Board of Education President Jennifer Adair announced the committee’s co-chairs during the Feb. 4 regular business meeting.

“This is a committee that we as a Board of Education have put forth to assist us in determining what type and how much of a levy we will ask the voters for,” said President Adair. “This committee includes a broad group of community and District stakeholders who can share their unique perspectives with the Board and be the voice of the community in this process. Our co-chairs, Mr. Calloway and Mr. Miller bring a wealth of experience and leadership within the community. We appreciate their willingness to lead this committee, and we appreciate all of the committee members for volunteering their time and energy to this process.”

President Adair and Board Member Michael Cole will serve as ex-officio members of the committee. CCS Treasurer/CFO Stan Bahorek will facilitate the committee.

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March 12, 2020 5:30 pm
5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
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Columbus Downtown High School
364 S. Fourth St
Columbus, OH 43215 United States
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