Milan village officials plan to ask the Erie and Huron county auditors the difference between how much money a renewal and replacement levy for road work would generate before deciding on either option for the November ballot.
The village has on its books a 5-year, 4-mill levy that voters approved in 2009 which expires on Dec. 31 of this year. However, the amount of money the village could collect this year might have changed from 2009, depending on whether property values increased or decreased.
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