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  Township’s Tentative Property Valuation Set At $2.553 Billion  
  St. Elizabeth Hospital Acquires Tax Exempt Status On Its $117 Million Complex:   September 21, 2017 Edition  
      According to figures provided by the Mahoning County Auditor’s Office, the proposed valuation of all properties located in Boardman Township, except for areas zoned agricultural, has been tentatively set at some $2.554 billion, an increase in valuation of slightly more than $20 million over present valuations established six years ago.
      The property valuations are required under Ohio law every six years.
      “Contracted appraisers were hired to review every parcel in Mahoning County (including Boardman Township),” Ralph Meacham, county auditor, said, explaining that following the appraisals, a fair market value has been placed on all properties in the county.
      Properties are then taxed at 35 per cent of the fail market value.
      “Property owners should be aware that an increase or decrease in property value...Read More >>
  Boardman High School Quarterback Mike O'Horo  
  September 7, 2017 Edition  
      BOARDMAN HIGH SCHOOL QUARTERBACK MIKE O’HORO, 8, set a school record, connecting on his first ten passes of the game last week in a 35-17 victory over Howland High School. O’Horo went 17 of 23 in the first half of play, and finished 19 of 27, good for 238 yards and three touchdowns before 4,000 fans at Spartan Stadium. He also tallied a TD on the ground. Boardman travels to Massillon Jackson this week to take on the 2-0 Polar Bears, a 38-20 winner over Mayfield last week. Last year Jackson beat the Spartans, 21-14.
  School Board Okays Up To $80,000 For One Autistic Child To Attend Class At Neurobehavioral Center In Twinsburg  
  Settlement Agreement Approved Over Issue Of Free Appropriate Public Education:   September 7, 2017 Edition  
     Meeting last week, the Boardman Board of Education approved a ‘settlement agreement’ mandating the system spend no more than $80,000 to provide ‘free appropriate public education’ for a single student with disabilities (autism) to attend the KidsLink Neurobehavioral Center in Twinsburg, Oh.
      The settlement agreement also calls for the Boardman Local Schools to provide the student free transportation to and from the neurobehavioral center.
      According to the agreement, the student’s parents claimed the Boardman Local Schools denied the student a free public education, and “the placement and services identified in the 2017-18 individual education plan for the child were inappropriate.”
      The local school district and the parents “reached the compromise agreement to avoid expense, inconvenience and potential acrimony of a due process he...Read More >>
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