Last March, Strongsville voters narrowly passed a 6-mill, 5-year renewal levy, which now generates $7.6 million per year for the district's operating budget.
Prior to its approval, the levy failed in November and August of 2011.
However, the seven-figure revenue boost isn't enough to keep the district's $75 million budget balanced.
According to Strongsville City Schools Treasurer Bill Parkinson, projections indicate the budget will sink $2 million in the red by fiscal year 2014.
If a new levy is passed in 2013, the money could go to personnel salaries, which account for about 85 percent of the district's annual budget.
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