BRUNSWICK, Ohio - Voters in Brunswick will decide in November on a levy that would fund road construction and repairs in the city.
If passed, the 1.2 mill levy would be for 10 years and raise roughly $794,000 yearly in revenue, according to Finance Director Todd Fischer. It would cost the owner of a $150,000 home $5.25 a month or $63 a year.
The money from the levy would be used for general road construction, reconstruction, resurfacing, and repairing streets, roads and bridges in the Brunswick.
The levy is smaller than the levy rejected by voters in 2011 and 2012.
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