“Critical” PPEL, ISL levies vote likely

Both were narrowly defeated in December when paired with $28.5 million bond proposal

    HARLAN – Patrons in the Harlan Community School District likely will see in front of them in September a proposal to extend the district’s Instructional Support Levy (ISL) and Physical Plant and Equipment Levy (PPEL), both deemed critical to the long-term financial success of the school system.
    Following the narrow defeat of both measures last December when joined on the ballot with a $28.5 million bond issue that was soundly voted down, school officials have said this month it’s important to bring these two items back before voters for reconsideration -- this time expected without the bond issue.
 

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