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Hancock County Passes Levy by Large Margin

November 10, 2013

NEW CUMBERLAND — Hancock County voters rallied around their schools in Saturday’s special election, overwhelmingly passing an excess levy that represents about 16 percent of the school district’s......

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Nov-11-13 6:01 PM

Voting down a levy is NOT "turning your backs on the children"!!!!

What a SHAMELESS display of ignorance!!

And because these county school systems employ THOUSANDS that will ALL show up to vote FOR the levies, they ALWAYS win!!!

It IS in fact a RIGGED vote!!!

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Nov-10-13 10:37 AM

As in Marshall County the levy passed with the idea that this not increase your taxes. What the levy should be based on a certain set money value not a percentage of your land value. If it is for 7 million than you taxes would go up or down based on value. Too often the excess from a set percentage is wasted and not given back to the taxpayer. The reason for a budget is to keep government spending in check. But, it is good the levies did pass but we need a system where extra money is returned to the taxpayer not used for luxuries.

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