Canfield voters will decide on a bond issue for improvements at Canfield Local Schools this November.

The school board voted unanimously Wednesday night to put the 3.7 mill levy on the ballot.

Canfield Local Schools Superintendent Joe Knoll said the levy would run for 35 years if approved.

The district plans to reconstruct Canfield Village Middle School and renovate C.H. Campbell Elementary, Hilltop Elementary and Canfield High School.

Knoll said the reconstruction and renovations will cost around $64 million.

As the district awaits the vote on the levy, they're still improving facilities. The School Board allocated $3 million for improvements on school facilities through a combination levy funds, general fund carryovers and school improvement notes.

Summer projects include roofing and paving improvements at the high school, air conditioning at C.H. Campbell Elementary School and updates to the baseball and softball fields and tennis courts.