City property-tax renewal levy on Nov. 3 ballot in Grandview Heights

Alan Froman
ThisWeek group

Voters will decide whether to renew the city's property-tax levy for a second time Nov. 3.

Issue 8 would renew the city's 7.5-mill levy for four years. The levy will expire Dec. 31.

The  measure first was approved by voters in 2012 and renewed in 2016.

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The levy is expected to generate an estimated $1.91 million each year.

The effective rate of the levy is 5.36 mills for residential properties and 6.64 mills for commercial and industrial properties.

More:City Notes: Issue 8 would help shape Grandview Heights' financial future

More:Grandview Heights council sends property-tax renewal to November ballot

If approved, a residential property owner would continue to pay $164 annually per $100,000 of appraised value.

Although Election Day is Nov. 3, overseas and military absentee voting began Sept. 18 and early  in-person and mail-in absentee voting began Oct. 6, according to the Ohio Secretary of State's Office voting schedule.

Look for election results online at ThisWeekNEWS.com after the polls close.

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