Voters in Adams County will find several local questions and issues on their ballots this fall. There is only one countywide tax increase request. The Board of County Commissioners is asking for a 1.2 mill levy for five years for additional funding for the Adams County 911 Communications Center.
The Village of Manchester is requesting additional taxes for fire, EMS, streets
In Bratton Township, voters are being asked to replace a levy of 1 mill for five years. Replacements generally mean a slight tax increase for most property owners.
There are two levies on the ballot in Green Township, both renewals. One levy is for fire protection and the other is for operating cemeteries.
In Manchester Township, voters are being asked to replace a levy for current expenses and in Oliver Township voters will decide if they want to renew the current fire levy at 1 mill. Wayne Township has also asked for a renewal of its fire protection levy at 2 mills for five years.
For local options, permission to sell wine and mixed beverages at the Seaman Food Mart will appear on the ballot. In Meigs Township, the Peebles Food Mart has requested to sell beer, wine, and mixed beverages.
Levies are expressed in millage
The general election will be held on Tuesday, November 5, 2019.