by Ashley HeeneyReporterReminderville -- Voters will see a levy on the Nov. 6 ballot for road repairs.It would be a renewal of a 3-mill levy passed in 2003, that expires at year's end, according to the Summit County Fiscal Office.Village fiscal officer Linda Baker said the levy brings in $129,000 annually, with the owner of a $100,000 home paying $80.07 per year. If voters approve the renewal levy, she said the tax collection amount would be recalculated based on today's property values, bringing the total revenue to "about $214,000 annually." That would mean the owner of a $100,000 home would pay $91.88 annually, according to the county fiscal office. The levy would be used for road infrastructure such as paving, said Mayor Sam Alonso. "Everybody knows Glenwood Boulevard needs to repaired," he said. "And we're looking at redoing Nautilus Trail, which goes into Aurora Shores. "I don't want to continue to pull money out of the JEDD [Joint Economic Development District] fund to pay for village roads."He noted the JEDD was set up with Twinsburg Township to collect income tax from township industrial businesses. The village has been using those funds to supplement the road levy."We try to use JEDD funds for capital expenses," he added.Officials say if the levy passes, the village could apply JEDD funds for infrastructure issues such as flood management, for which the village has been unsuccessful in getting government grants, he added.If approved, the replacement levy would be collected for five years starting in 2008.E-mail: aheeney@recordpub.comPhone: 330-688-0088 ext. 3172