Voters renewed Issue 7 on Nov. 8, which the Fairview Park City School district will use for day-to-day expenses, such as salaries, building maintenance and supplies. 

“We are incredibly grateful to the community for their support of Issue 7,” Fairview Park City School Superintendent Keith Ahearn said. “The community understood that it was incredibly critical to our operation. Without it, we would have had to cut holes in our extracurricular activities, athletic programs and curriculum, along with the salaries and benefits towards our teachers and staff.” 

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