Six months after Beavercreek residents overwhelmingly rejected a proposed city income tax, the community’s longstanding focus on lower taxes is again up for debate, as school district voters will consider a 6.3-mill property tax levy Nov. 5.
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Breakdown: Beavercreek tax issues since 2006
5 levies, 4 passed
2 levies, 2 passed
2 levies, 1 passed
8 levies, 3 passed
The Dayton Daily News examined 10 years of tax requests in Beavercreek for this story. Count on us to continue our in-depth coverage of tax issues impacting area communities.