Getting voters to approve a bond issue for a new middle school -- and improvements to other school buildings -- won't be a slam dunk, according to the .
About 49 percent of Strongsville Patch readers said they like , probably next to , to replace Center and Albion.
The proposal, pitched by Councilmen Jim Carbone and Matt Schonhut and School Board member Carl Naso, calls for a bond issue that would also pay for new technology and other improvements at the high school and elementary schools.
The three say the plan could save the school district enough money to stave off the need for another operating levy in a few years.
But 28 percent of people who voted in the poll said they doubt they will support it. Another 21 percent said they need more information.
Carbone said homeowners' taxes would only go up about $8.42 a year per $100,000 worth of home valuation because other bond issues are being paid off.