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Noble, Morgan and Monroe issues in general election

November 3, 2012
The Marietta Times

Noble County

A proposed ordinance repealing a 1 percent general income tax ordinance for the Village of Caldwell, and requiring the Village of Caldwell to refund in full all taxes collected pursuant to the repealed ordinance. In the event of a determination by a court that any part of this proposed ordinance is unenforceable, such determination shall not affect enforcement of the remainder.

An additional 0.3 mill tax for Noble County to support programs and services of the Noble Soil and Water Conservation District. The levy represents 3 cents for each $100 of property valuation for a period of five years, first due in 2013.

Shall the sale of alcohol be permitted by F&W Grocery Co. DBA Food Center Convenient, a holder of or applicant for C1, C2, and D6 liquor permits engaged in the business of retail grocery/liquor agency store at 100 Olive St., Caldwell?

Shall the sale of alcohol be permitted for sale on Sunday between the hours of 10 a.m. and midnight by F&W Grocery Co. DBA Food Center Convenient, an applicant for liquor agency store/holder of a D6 liquor permit, engaged in the business of retail grocery/liquor agency store at 100 Olive St., Caldwell?

A replacement 0.4-mill tax for Center Township to provide cemetery maintenance. The levy represents 4 cents for each $100 of property valuation for a period of five years, first due in 2013.

An additional 2.5-mill tax for the Switzerland of Ohio Local School District to provide funds for improvements and equipment. The levy represents 25 cents for each $100 of property valuation for a period of three years, first due in 2013.

Monroe County

An additional 2.5-mill tax for the Switzerland of Ohio Local School District to provide funds for improvements and equipment. The levy represents 25 cents for each $100 of property valuation for a period of three years, first due in 2013.

Renewal of a 2-mill tax and an increase of 1-mill tax for Graysville Village to support current operating expenses. The levy represents 30 cents for each $100 of property valuation for five years, first due in 2013.

Renewal of a 5-mill tax for Jerusalem Village to support current expenses. The levy represents 50 cents for each $100 of property valuation for five years, first due in 2013.

Renewal of a 2-mill tax for Malaga Township, including Miltonburg Village and West Jerusalem Village, to support road maintenance. The levy represents 20 cents for each $100 of property valuation for five years, first due in 2014.

Shall the sale of alcohol be permitted on Sunday between 11 a.m. and midnight by Woodell, Inc. dba Woody's, an applicant for a D-6 liquor permit, engaged in a family restaurant business and pub at 52230 State Route 800, Malaga Township?

Renewal of a 3-mill tax for Lewisville Village to support current expenses. The levy represents 30 cents for each $100 of property valuation for five years, first due in 2013.

An additional 2.5-mill tax for Franklin Township, including Stafford Village, to support current operating expenses. The levy represents 25 cents for each $100 of property valuation for a continual period of time, first due in 2013.

A replacement 0.05-mill tax for Lee Township to support current operating expenses. The levy represents 5 cents for each $100 of property valuation for five years, first due in 2013.

Renewal of a 2-mill tax for Sunsbury Township, excluding Beallsville Village and East Jerusalem Village and Wilson Village, to provide current operating expenses. The levy represents 20 cents for each $100 of property valuation for a period of five years, first due in 2014.

Morgan County

Renewal of a 1.6-mill tax for Morgan County to support ambulance service. The levy represents 16 cents for each $100 property valuation for a period of five years, first due in 2013.

An additional 0.3-mill tax for Morgan County to provide and expand senior citizen services. The levy represents 3 cents for each $100 property valuation for a period of five years, first due in 2013.

Renewal of an 0.4-mill tax for Deerfield Township to support fire protection. The levy represents 4 cents for each $100 property valuation for a period of three years, first due in 2013.

Renewal of an 0.8-mill tax for Briston Township to support recreation. The levy represents 8 cents for each $100 property valuation for a period of five years, first due in 2013.

An additional 5-mill tax for Trimble Local School District general improvements. The levy represents 50 cents for each $100 property valuation on a continual basis, first due in 2013.

Renewal of a 1-mill tax for Malta Township and the Village of Malta to support care and maintenance of Malta Union Cemetery. The levy represents 10 cents for each $100 of property valuation for a period of five years, first due in 2013.

Renewal of a 1-mill tax for Marion Township to support fire protection. The levy represents 10 cents for each $100 of property valuation for a period of five years, first due in 2013.

Renewal of a 1-mill tax for Pennsville Township to support fire protection. The levy represents 10 cents for each $100 of property valuation for a period of five years, first due in 2013.

A proposed ordinance vacating Madison Street between Main and Broadway streets as a public road in the Village of Stockport, to facilitate the expansion of Windsor Store LLC and Burt Building Supplies.

An additional 0.5-mill tax for Windsor Township to support maintenance of the township cemeteries. The levy represents 5 cents for each $100 of property valuation for a period of five years, first due in 2014.

 
 

 

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