Centerville and Washington Twp. residents will vote May 7 on two non-school property tax issues.
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Election guide: There are several candidates and tax issues on the May 7 ballot in communities around the Dayton area. Go to DaytonDailyNews.com/go/vote to learn more about what’s on your ballot.
Issue 10: 4.65-mill property tax levy for Fire and EMS
Would replace expiring 3-mill levy
Five years, renewable
Would raise $7.7 million per year.
Annual cost: $142 per $100,000 of home value, up $51.
First increase in gross millage since 1989.
Issue 11: .7-mill renewal for recreation
Would raise $1.15 million in fist year.
Annual cost: $21.44 per 100,000 of home value. No change.