TROTWOOD — Tuesday Trotwood voters passed a five-year, 0.5 percent income tax increase that the city said will be used to improve roads and other utilities.
Currently, Trotwood collects a 2.25 percent income tax from residents and businesses, starting Jan. 1 it will be increased to 2.75 percent.
The temporary increase of .5 percent for five years will provide additional funding to improve roadways, water management resources, street signage and more, according to the city.
Trotwood voters were last presented with the tax levy in May, where they shot it down as 52 percent of voters said no to the increased tax.
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