Saturday, October 17th, 2020

Vote '20

Fort Recovery operating levy

Voters face levy issues on Nov. 3

By Leslie Gartrell
FORT RECOVERY - Fort Recovery voters will be asked to renew an operating levy on Nov. 3.
The five-year, 2.5-mill levy has been in place and renewed for more than 26 years, said village administrator Randy Diller. It brings in roughly $60,000 a year and is set to expire in 2021.
Levy revenue finances the general fund and pays the police department, street lighting and other safety services. The levy would continue to cost the owner of a $100,000 home around $78 per year, Diller said.
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