For the fourth time in two years, the board of education is asking voters to approve an emergency level that will raise $10.9 million annually for five years to operate the school district.
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Beavercreek voters head to the polls today
Beavercreek is asking voters to approve a 1.5 percent earned income tax in today’s election to help pay for road and bridge repairs, offset cuts in state money and refurbish its parks and city buildings. If the income tax passes, the city will be required to let lapse by 2017 two street levies and a police levy, forgoing an estimated $52 million in revenue. We’ll have complete coverage of today’s election in Beavercreek and other communities around the region in a special 3-page section in Wednesday’s newspaper. Get results live tonight at DaytonDailyNews.com starting around 8.