Brookfield, Masury and Yankee Lake voters will face these three levies on Election Day, Nov. 5:
Brookfield Local School District: a new 1.9-mill, five-year permanent improvement levy. The levy is expected to raise $249,000 a year and school officials have set the following proposed uses for the money: buying security cameras for the school campus, on buses and at the bus garage; placing ballistic film on building windows and doors; demolishing the bus garage and installing a concrete pad and fence for promobus storage; buying five buses; doing prep work at the track in anticipation of moving the football stadium there; buying textbooks, computer equipment and equipment for the district’s maker space.
Warren-Trumbull County Library, which has a Brookfield Branch Library: new 0.4-mill continuous levy. The levy is expected to generate $985,000 a year and the money would be used to buy new materials, public-use computers, high-speed internet, wireless hot spots and printers; improve the library buildings, including heating, ventilation and air conditioning units, and boost internet connectivity; add onto the main library in Warren for expanded children and teen programming and community meeting space.
Trumbull County Senior Services: renewal of a 0.75-mill, five-year levy, which raises about $2.4 million a year and is used for in-home and adult protective services, senior transportation and adult day care.