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Polls will be open 6:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 7

Hamilton County

Issue 1: Lockland Local School District — Bond issue and tax levy

  • Total value: $11,153,275 (9.33 mill) for 38 years, plus 1.00 mills continual
  • What it will fund: Construction and improvements
  • Cost to property owners: $361.55 per $100,000

Issue 2: Milford Exempted Village School District — Bond issue

  • Total value: $97,790,000 (4.7 mill) for 37 years
  • What it will fund: Construction and improvements
  • Cost to property owners: $164.50 per $100,000

Issue 3: Little Miami Joint Fire & Rescue District — Additional tax levy

  • Total value: 2.00 mill continual
  • What it will fund: Fire and emergency medical services
  • Cost to property owners: $70.00 per $100,000

Issue 4: City of Springdale — Income tax increase

  • What it will fund: General operations, facilities and permanent improvements
  • Cost to taxpayers: 0.5 percent income tax increase

Residents in some areas may vote for mayoral and council leadership. Here are the candidates for the 2019 Hamilton County primaries:

City of Harrison

Mayoral candidates— choose one; four-year term (uncontested): 

  • William A. Neyer (R-Ohio)

Council candidates— choose three; four-year term (uncontested): 

  • Anthony Egner (R-Ohio)
  • Ryan Samuels (R-Ohio)
  • Jean L. Wilson (R-Ohio)

City of Sharonville

Council candidates(choose one; two-year term):

  • Doug Blomer (R-Ohio)
  • Robert D. Tankersley (R-Ohio)

Butler County

Issue 1: Ross Local Schools — Earned income tax levy

  • What it will fund: Maintaining and developing programming, cover operating expenses, implement safety improvements, enhance bussing, more.Click or tap here for more details.
  • Cost to taxpayers: 0.5 percent income tax increase

Clermont County

Bond issue: Milford Exempted Village School District

  • Total value: $97,790,000 (4.7 mill) for 37 years
  • What it will fund: Construction and improvements
  • Cost to property owners: $164.50 per $100,000

Warren County

Issue 1:  Proposed zoning amendment

  • What it will do:Amendment to 40.7-acre parcel at 5615 Lytle Road; convert from Residence Single Family (R-1) to Village Transition PUD (VT-PUD). Additionally,  split zoning map on part of a 1.29-acre contiguous parcel at 5621 Lytle Road
  • from Residence Single Family (R-1) to Village Transition PUD (VT-PUD).

Issue 2:  Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Local School District — Replacement tax levy

  • Total value: $4,120,000 annually (7.5 mill) continual
  • What it will fund:Current operating expenses
  • Cost to property owners: $211.59 per $100,000

Issue 3: Clinton-Massie Local School District — Income tax increase

  • What it will fund:Current expenses
  • Cost to taxpayers: 0.5 percent earned income tax increase for five years

Issue 4: Lebanon City School District — Additional tax levy

  • Total value: $5,000,000 (4.99 mill) for four years
  • What it will fund:Avoiding an operating deficit
  • Cost to property owners: $175.00 per $100,000 (per the Dayton Daily News)