Ashland County and City Tax Measures, 9 (November 2009)

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There were nine County and City Tax Measures on the November 3 ballot in Ashland County.

Ashland sales tax increase

Defeatedd In the entire Ashland County, they sought to increase an existing sales tax by one-fourth percent. The money generated by this increased tax would go towards the county's general revenue.YES 26.15% NO 73.85%[1]

Jeromesville tax levy renewal

Approveda Jeromesville Village sought to renewal a tax levy of $.05 for a further five years. The money generated from this levy would go towards the villages overall expenses. YES 65.31% NO 34.69%[1]

Jeromesville tax levy

Approveda Jeromesville Village also sought to renew another levy this one in the amount of $.08 which would also last five years more and go towards the village's current expenses. YES 69.18% NO 30.82%[1]

Hanover tax levy renewal

Approveda The Hanover Township sought to renew a tax levy of $.12 that goes towards the construction, maintenance and repair of township roads and bridges. It would last a further five years. YES 71.59% NO 28.41%[1]

Sullivan tax levy increase

Defeatedd Sullivan Township sought to add an additional levy of $.02 to go towards the general expenses of the township. It would last five years. YES 17.05% NO 82.95%[1]

Ashland School District tax increase

Approveda The Ashland City School District wanted to add an additional levy of $.01 for a further five years. The money generated from this levy would go towards the Ashland City Library’s current expenses. YES 61.07% NO 38.93%[1]

Hillsdale School District levy renewal

Approveda The Hillsdale Local School District sought to renew a levy of $.48 for a further four years. This tax would be used for the general expenses of the school district. YES 59.48% NO 40.52%[1]

West Holmes School District levy renewal

Approveda The West Holmes Local School District sought to renew a levy of $.245 for a further ten years. This levy would be used as an emergency fund for the school district if no other money is available. YES 61.82% NO 38.18%[1]

Career Center levy renewal

Approveda The Ashland County-West Holmes Career Center sought to renew a levy of $.01 for a further three years. This tax would be used to help fund the general operating cost of the facility. YES 62.38% NO 37.63%[1][2]

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