Loveland, Ohio – The City’s 1.75 Mill Fire and EMS levy passed at the ballot box on May 3.

At the time of its introduction by the Council, it was estimated property tax revenue produced would be an additional $727,638 per year and the amount would be sufficient to “maintain Fire and EMS services”, according to the City Manager. The estimated cost to an owner of a home with a $100,000 market value is $61.25 per year.

Unofficial Results:

Clermont County – 278 YES, 168 NO.

Hamilton County – 837 YES, 540 NO.

Warren County – 120 YES, 47 NO.

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