Tipp City Income Tax Increase (May 2011)
This measure was approved
- YES 841 (55.62%)
- NO 671 (44.38%)
This measure sought to increase the current income tax rate by .25 percent in order to replace an expiring property tax levy. The money generated from this tax would go towards capital improvements in the city such as additions to the fire station, replacement of a fire truck and road repairs in certain areas.
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