Ohio towns seek special taxes for public safety

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http://www.cleveland.com/news/plaindealer/index.ssf?/base/news/1051263308302520.xml Twelve communities in five Northeast Ohio counties will ask voters next month for taxes to operate public safety forces, the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Among the issues: Strongsville wants to build a police station; Parma wants to renew taxes for police and firefighting; Madison Township wants to increase a tax for police; Richfield Township wants to renew taxes for police, fire and emergency medical services. In Strongsville, where voters just last November . . .

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