Voters head to the polls in Ohio Tuesday. (FOX19 NOW/file)
Ohio voters in 74 counties will vote Tuesday on primary races and more than 330 issues, including several school levies in the Tri-State:
Hamilton County voters will make their mark on a Winton Woods school district bond. If passed, the $76 million issue for 37 years will fund school construction and renovations, costing the owner of a $100,000 home an additional $307.65 annually in property taxes.
Voters also will decide on the Lockland school district continuing 11.2-mill tax levy to pay off current expenses. It would cost a $100,000 homeowner an additional $392 annually.
In western Hamilton County, Northwest school officials are hoping their $85 million bond and tax levy for new construction passes. The bond issue would an extra $110.25 and the levy would be an additional $41.30 per year.
Other Hamilton County races:
Arlington Heights tax levy: for current operating expenses 9 mills for five years; costs owner of $100,000 home additional $315 a year
Cheviot tax levy: for general construction and road and bridge resurfacing and repair, 3 mills for five years; costs $100,000 homeowner extra $105
Elmwood Place tax levy: a renewal levy for current expenses, 10 mills for five years; costs $300.08 per year
Forest Park fire levy 5.75 mills continual; costs $201.25 more annually
Harrison City fire levy, 2.4 mills for five years; $84 additional property tax
In Butler County voters who live in the Edgewood school district will decide if they want to pay an additional $165 a year to fund a 5.4-mill tax levy for five years.
They also will decide a Fairfield Township 4.9-mills continuing fire levy.
Warren County voters will consider renewing a tax levy for general permanent improvements at Kings Local school that would hike property taxes $51 annually.