To the Editor:
As a graduate of Piqua City Schools, a retired PHS teacher and a current volunteer at Springcreek, I have seen firsthand how well-maintained our school buildings are. The upcoming Permanent Improvement levy will allow the continued maintenance of those buildings as well as ADA-required updates and safety and security upgrades — all vital to support our students.
We have been blessed through the years to have a staff and elected board of education who have been careful stewards of our tax dollars and it is with that in mind that I enthusiastically support the Permanent Improvement levy that will be on the May 9 ballot.
— Barbara Davis