Springfield Township voters to determine fate of road and bridges levy

The fate of an additional 1.5 mill five year levy for the purpose of repair and maintenence of streets, roads and bridges will rest in the hands of voters in Springfield Township. If passed, a homeowner in the township whose house is valued at $100,000 would pay $15 a year in additional taxes. A year ago the exact same levy appeared on the Nov. 3, 2015 ballot, with voters defeating the issue by a slim margin of 41 votes. The township is located in the southeast corner of Williams County. The Crescent News reports at that time, commissioner Rusty Goebel explained that the township had waited a few years to put the levy on the ballot, but that it could not wait any longer if roads in the township were to be maintained.

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