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Residents raise questions about Sylvania Twp. fire levy
Sylvania Township residents peppered township officials with questions at a forum Wednesday about a request for more taxes for fire prevention services. A handful of residents attended the last of two community forums this month to explain the township Fire Department’s request for a 1.5-mill levy which will be on the Nov. 4 election ballot. The proposed continual operating levy would collect about $1.8 million annually and would cost the owner of a $150,000 house $78 a year. Officials said the revenue will suffice for seven years.
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Sunset to add housing for seniors
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Public Safety

Sylvania area crime log 10/21
Cell phones, bikes reported stolen at local schools.

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Sylvania Voices
John Zeitler
Olander Park System commissioner

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"Olander Park has a good representation with voters ... and I want to keep up support...."
Tim Hurst
Northview grad/Alaska teacher

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"I genuinely care about these people, and I’d really miss the kids if I left."
Jennifer Kuns
Sylvania Country Club Marketing Director

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"We have already seen more traffic this fall. Our members are spreading the word for us."
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