Homeowners want to live in nice neighborhoods but having to dig deep into their pockets year after year is not just frustrating for some; in this economic climate it may be impossible. Several school, social service and library tax levies are on the ballot next month for neighborhoods across northeast Ohio. Wednesday on the Sound of Ideas, Dan Moulthrop and guests discuss what's at stake for cities and the region if either a yea or nay vote is cast.
Sharon Broussard, Editorial Board, Plain DealerI'm listening, and trying not to reach for the phone. But that doesn't mean you can't.
Doug Oplinger, Managing Editor, The Akron Beacon Journal
James Brady, Shaker Heights City Councilman
Thomas Jelepis, former mayor of Bay Village & Broker/Owner, BEC Group
Lake County Commissioners Send Levy to Ballot, by John Arthur Hutchison, The News-Herald
Electric bills could go down if voters in Medina County townships approve 'aggregation', by Ellen Kleinerman, The Plain Dealer
School districts around Northeast Ohio can't wait for economy to pick up so they can ask residents for more money in May, by Gabriel Baird, The Plain Dealer