Friday, October 1, 2004

Nuxhall pitches Fairfield tax levy


Resident's proud of school results

The Enquirer

FAIRFIELD - This Butler County school system's levy campaign is getting help from one of the Cincinnati Reds' most famous players and a beloved radio broadcaster.

School levy officials announced Thursday that Joe Nuxhall, who lives in the district and whose grown children graduated from the schools, will join Fairfield Mayor Erick Cook as co-chairs for Citizens for Fairfield Schools.

"We have to give our kids the best possible education with excellent teachers," said Nuxhall.

"We should all be proud of the job the Fairfield schools are doing."

Fairfield schools are seeking approval of a 4.9-mill levy on the Nov. 2 ballot.




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