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Franklin Township Property Tax Referendum

November 3rd, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

Franklin Trace Residents: In case you have not heard, there is a property tax referendum on the ballot today. It will add additional fees on top of the capped state property tax rates. This will result in approximately $1,650 in additional annual property taxes for each Franklin Trace home; this funding will support the school system.

The purpose of this communication is not to influence residents on how to vote but rather on the importance of voting. Please vote as you feel is most appropriate. More details on the referendum and the voting precinct location are below.

Franklin Township only:

“For the next seven calendar years immediately following the holding of the referendum, shall the Franklin Township Community School Corporation impose a property tax rate that does not exceed thirty-three and one third cents ($0.333) on each one hundred dollars ($100) of assessed valuation and that is in addition to the school corporation’s normal tuition support tax rate?,” AND

“For the next seven calendar years immediately following the holding of the referendum, shall the Franklin Township Community School Corporation impose a property tax rate that does not exceed sixteen and sixty-seven /one-thousandth cents ($0.1667) on each one hundred dollars ($100) of assessed valuation and that is in addition to the school corporation’s normal tuition support tax rate?”

http://www.wthr.com/Global/story.asp?S=11428502

Polls are open until 6:00 PM.

The polling place for this precinct is Kitley Intermediate School. Located at 8735 E Indian Creek Rd.

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