During its meeting Tuesday night, the Woodridge Board of Education voted to place a new levy on the Aug. 7 ballot, according to Falls News Press.
The board passed the issue with a 4-0 vote.
This will be the third levy attempt for the district and the 6.83-mill, five year levy is expect to generate $3 million a year in annual revenue.
The district has had two other levy proposals fail — a 6.83-mill, five-year levy, was rejected in March; and a 5.88-mill, 10-year levy was turned down in November 2011.
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