By AMY GAREIS
News-Herald Staff Writer
CADIZ – The future of Harrison Hills City Schools will be in the hands of voters after the school board opted for a levy over building closures.
A special session is set for Tuesday at 6 p.m. in the Harrison Central High School auditorium to certify a 9.35-mill measure in an August special election. The measure counters an earlier plan to consolidate buildings in the wake of a fiscal caution declaration by the Ohio Department of Education and would generate $2 million annually for five years. It also would give the district more time to improve its financial situation.