For the first time in three years, the Springboro Board of Education took the first step toward asking voters to approve a property tax levy.
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Elsewhere in Warren County
- Voters in the Wayne Local School district will be asked to approve a continuing 14.05-mill levy. This would continue indefinitely an existing levy costing property owners $430.28 per $100,000 in valuation and raising about $3.3 million a year for the school district.
- Also in Waynesvile, the Mary L. Cook Library is expected to seek the continuation of an existing five-year, 1 mill in property taxes expiring at the end of the year. Like the existing issue, the proposed continuing levy would cost about $30.62 for each $100,000 of property value while raising about $500,000 a year for the district, officials said.
- Lebanon voters will find an issue seeking a five-year, 7 mill levy for fire and ambulance service expected to raise $2.7 million. The levy is expected cost the owner of a $170,000 home about $416 a year and help pay for continued operation of a station on the Ohio 48 bypass.
- Washington Twp., Warren County, voters in areas served by the Salem-Morrow and Wayne Twp. fire districts, will be asked to approve a continuing, additional 3 mills for fire and ambulance services. The levy will cost $91.87 for every $100,000 in assessed value.
- Washington Twp., Warren County, voters in areas served by the Salem-Morrow and Wayne Twp. fire districts, will be asked to approve a continuing, additional 3 mills for fire and ambulance services. The levy will cost $91.87 for every $100,000 in assessed value and raise $100,800 annually.
Sources: Warren County Board of Elections, local governments