GNADENHUTTEN -- Voters in the Indian Valley Local School District will see a 5-mill operating levy on the November general election ballot.

The levy raises $573,749 annually for the district's $15.5 million operating budget. That money can be used for things such as utilities, fuel, transportation, technology, supplies and salaries.

The levy was first approved by voters in 1984 and has been renewed five times. The board of education approved placing the measure on the ballot at its July 30 meeting.

If approved by voters, it would cost the homeowner of a $100,000 home, $94.56 annually.

The general election will be Tuesday, Nov. 5.