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(Frankfort) — The Adena Local School District will have a levy issue on the November 2, 2021 general election ballot.
In a press release from Adena Local School District Treasurer Kell Morton, he states that the levy is a 10-year, 1% earned income tax for permanent improvements. A permanent improvement levy requires funds to be spent for building maintenance and improvements, buses, technology, textbooks, equipment, and other non-personnel expenses. The additional funds will allow the district’s general fund to maintain the operations of the school, enabling the Board to take a balanced and sensible approach to the overall financial condition of the district and remaining competitive with the surrounding districts of Ross County.
An earned income tax applies to earned wages and business income. Property, retirement, pension, social security, and other investment income are not taxed under this type of levy.
There will be two community meetings for the public to attend with any questions they might have. One meeting will be held on September 20th (7:00 P.M.) at the Brick located at 113 East High Street in Frankfort. The second will be held on September 27th (7:00 P.M.) at Clarksburg United Methodist Church.