Voters Approve Three Fire Levies Across Warren County

In a year when there was significant economic impact from the COVID-19 pandemic, voters in communities across Warren County approved tax levies and voted down options to reduce levies. 

Clearcreek Township Voters approved an additional fire tax levy with 13,812 votes or 67.48 percent of the vote.  

Massie Township  Voters approved a renewal fire tax levy with 493 votes or 72.18 percent of the vote.  

Salem Township  Voters approved a renewal fire levy with 2,124 votes or 74.03 percent of the vote.  

Wayne Township  Voters approved a renewal fire tax levy with 3,450 vote or 67.29 percent of the vote.  

There were two school levies on the ballot in Warren County.  Voters in the Little Miami School District approved a renewal tax levy 11,014 votes or 53.24 percent of the vote.  Voters in the Bellbrook Sugarcreek Local School District rejected an additional tax levy with five votes or 71.43 percent of the vote.  Only a small amount of voters in the Bellbrook Sugarcreek Local School District is in Warren County.  Voters were rejecting the levy overall.  

Voters in Franklin School District approved a bond issue with 5,694 votes or 60.01 percent of the votes.  

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