Columbus City Schools May Request New Levy from Voters

COLUMBUS, Ohio (24-7 News)--Officials with Columbus City Schools say they are considering asking voters for money to replace some of the district's aging buildings.  

A recommendation last summer given to the school board to close several buildings was rejected after several complaints from the public.  

District leaders say the board will be meeting next week to discuss a new building for Columbus Alternative High School which was built in the 1920s and could cost an estimated 40-million dollars to replace.

The district also canceled classes for several days in late-August of this school year because not every building has adequate air conditioning.

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