Warren Township looking at road levy

WARREN TOWNSHIP — Township trustees at a special meeting Monday took the first step to place a 2.75-mill continuous road levy on the November ballot.

Trustee Chairman Ryan Yoho said a public meeting to discuss the road levy will be held 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at township hall.

Yoho said the trustees want to get public input on the road levy before giving the measure the final reading to place it on the ballot.

“We want to explain to the residents the need for the levy,” he said.

The levy would bring in $72,000 annually for road improvements and other projects. The county auditor is in the process of certifying the millage.

Yoho said the owner of a $100,000 home will pay $94 per year.


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