Sunday, August 1, 2004

News Briefs


ON THE BALLOTS

Issues face voters in 12 communities

Local elections will take place in 12 communities Tuesday. The following issues will be on the special-election ballots:

Hamilton County

Norwood: A five-year, 14-mill additional levy

Mount Healthy: A five-year, 5-mill levy for fire and emergency services. It includes 2 replacement mills and 3 additional mills

Winton Woods School District: An 8.95-mill additional levy

Sycamore School District: A 7.9-mill additional levy

Mount Healthy School District: A five-year, 1.54-mill levy renewal

Butler County

Monroe: A 1.5-percent income tax levy

Edgewood School District: A 6.9-mill additional levy

Fairfield School District: A 6.9-mill additional levy

Preble Shawnee School District: A half-percent school income tax levy

Warren County

Franklin School District: A 7.9-mill operating levy and a 4.73-mill bond issue

Clermont County

Clermont Northeastern School District: A 4.9-mill additional levy

Williamsburg School District: A 6.4-mill renewal and increase over five years

TRAFFIC WATCH

 Beginning at 11 tonight, a rolling roadblock will be executed twice to control traffic southbound on the Interstate 471 "Big Mac" bridge as a canopy is removed following completion of painting. Removal should be complete by 2 a.m. Monday. Lanes will be restricted Monday through Friday except 3-6 p.m. southbound and 6-9 a.m. northbound.




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