Gina Mace
Ohio.com correspondent


CUYAHOGA FALLS: Cuyahoga Falls school board members voted Monday to place a five year, 3-mill permanent improvement levy on the May ballot.



The Board also voted to pay Right Brain Design Group, a public relations and marketing firm, $10,000 to work on the levy campaign. 



If passed, the levy will cost just over $91 on a $100,000 home. It will generate $2.2 million per year.



Superintendent Dr. Todd Nichols said safety and technology upgrades would begin this summer if the levy passes.