Wednesday was the deadline for placing issues on the Nov. 2 general election ballot. Here are the countywide, municipal and library tax issues that were filed in central Ohio. The annual amount the issues will cost property owners is per $100,000 in valuation and how much of that is new money is noted.© Gaelen Morse/Columbus Dispatch, Gaelen Morse/Columbus Dispatch Voters wait in line at Saint John Lutheran Church in Dublin, Ohio, to cast their ballots on election day, Nov. 3, 2020.
Delaware County Board of Developmental Disabilities — A 2-mill renewal levy for five years, to generate $15 million annually and cost property owners $47.77 ($2.39 more).
Preservation Parks of Delaware County — A new 0.4-mill levy for 10 years for operations and land acquisition, to generate $3.7 million annually and cost property owners $14 a year in new taxes.
Delaware-Morrow Mental Health & Recovery Services — A 1.5-mill, 5-year renewal levy with an increase, to generate $13.4 million annually and cost property owners $41.56 ($17.50 more).
Lancaster Municipal Parks — A 0.25% permanent income tax (an increase from 0.15%) for operations, maintenance and repair of facilities. The amount it is expected to raise was not available.
Reynoldsburg City Schools — A 4.9-mill, 37-year bond issue for construction, including replacing Hannah Ashton Middle School and building an early learning center; would raise $895,600 annually and cost property owners $168 more.
Licking County Parks District — A 0.25-mill replacement levy with an increase of .0125 mills for the purpose of parks, trails and recreation; to raise $2.01 million annually and cost property owners $13.13 ($7.41 more)
Pataskala — A 1.5% permanent income tax for the purposes of police protection, offering a 25% commuter credit; to raise an additional $1.4 million for the police department.
Pataskala Public Library — A 0.5-mill renewal with 0.5-mill increase for operations; to raise $805,759 annually and cost property owners $28.47 ($17.50 more)
Madison County Emergency Medical District — A 4.75-mill renewal levy with increase to raise $1.5 million annually for operations and cost property owners $163.10 ($61.25 more).
Central Townships Joint Fire District — A 4.75-mill levy for five years to raise $1.5 million annually for operations and equipment, and cost property owners $166.25 (same)
Pickaway County Senior Center — A 0.75-mill-renewal levy for 5 years for operations; to raise $1.78 million annually and cost property owners $19.70. (same)
Union County 911 Services — A 1-mill renewal levy for five years to raise $1.6 million annually and cost property owners $61.25 (same).
Union County Health District — A 0.5-mill replacement levy for 10 years to raise $913,824 annually and cost property owners $17.50 ($6.66 more).
Dispatch reporters Dean Narcisco, Alissa Widman Neese and Holly Zachariah contributed to this report.
This article originally appeared on The Columbus Dispatch: Are you ready to vote in the general election? School, parks, police issues on Nov. 2 ballots
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