Norwalk voters being asked to renew aquatic center levy

Norwalk voters will decide on a renewal levy of .7 mills for the Ernsthausen's aquatic center on Nov. 6. Ken Leber, superintendent for the city's park and recreation department, said the levy has been in place since the aquatic center was opened. It brings in about &#036;120,000 a year, he added. Read the rest of this story in Today's Reflector...<>/p>
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

Norwalk voters will decide on a renewal levy of .7 mills for the Ernsthausen's aquatic center on Nov. 6.

Ken Leber, superintendent for the city's park and recreation department, said the levy has been in place since the aquatic center was opened. It brings in about $120,000 a year, he added.

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