Three tax levies will be on the May 8 ballot in the Twinsburg area, following the Feb. 7 deadline for submission of ballot issues to the Summit County Board of Elections.
• The Twinsburg Board of Education has placed a 6.9-mill, five-year renewal levy for current expenses on the ballot. The 6.9-mill levy generates nearly $4.9 million annually and costs the owner of a property valued at $100,000 about $156 per year;
• Twinsburg Township Trustees are seeking passage of an additional 2.8-mill levy for police protection. It would run for a continuing period. The levy would generate $440,000 per year and cost the owner of a $100,000 property an extra $98 per year;
• Reminderville Council has proposed a 3-mill, five-year replacement levy for construction and repair of roads and bridges. It would generate about $317,245 per year. For those who own a property valued at $100,000, passage of the levy would result in them paying about $105 per year, a $16 increase over what they pay now.