Two levies will likely be before voters in May

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KLAMATH FALLS, Ore. – It’s the case of the dueling levies. Yesterday the Public Safety Advisory committee laid out their suggestion for a four-point-two million dollar levy that they want put before voters. County commissioners will vote on an exact amount next Tuesday. We’ve also reported Klamath Falls City Schools is expected to put a three year levy on the May ballot that is expected to be 2.67 million dollars. The city school board will vote on the levy next Monday night. Voters will then have to decide how much levying they can handle.