April Helms | Akron Beacon Journal
Published Oct 13, 20223
- Summit DD last had a revenue increase in 2007.
- The operating levy is more than 80% of the Summit DD’s budget.
The Summit County Developmental Disabilities Board is hoping that the county’s voters will give a collective thumbs up to Issue 17 in the Nov. 7 general election.
The 4.5-mill, 6-year issue, a proposed replacement tax levy, would generate about $66.1 million annually. Homeowners with a home valued at $100,000 will pay $158 a year, which will cost homeowners $3.58 more per month per $100,000 appraised value.
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About Support Summit DD:
Summit DD’s levy campaign is run by volunteers from Support Summit DD and is funded 100% from donations – not tax dollars – which is why every donation, large and small, counts! The passage of Issue 17 provides crucial funding for essential services and supports to more than 5,000 children and adults with disabilities.
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