Issue 5 for empty nesters -Enrollment has grown by more than 2,700 since 2007. -Enrollment is projected to grow by 3,000 more students expected over the next 10 years. -The issue will build three new schools, high school additions, and a convert the existing Central Office to a centralized preschool. It will also fund existing building maintenance, technology, safety and security, and increase student mental health supports. -Cost is $207 per $100,000 of home value, this is the lowest amount sought since 1986. -The District has stretched the 2012 issue from its intended three years to six years through sound financial management and seeking cost savings wherever possible. -The quality of our school district is essential to protecting property values. -The quality of our school district is imperative to convincing new businesses to locate their operations in our community and to business’ efforts to recruit and retain top talent. -Dublin City Schools receives about 80% of its funding from local property taxes. There is currently no other way to fund our schools.