|Protection levy likely will be on Nov. ballot|
|Written by Joe Awad|
|Tuesday, April 29, 2014 1:11 PM|
Harrison residents have an important decision to make probably on Tuesday, Nov. 4, when a special levy to raise money for public services provided by the police and fire departments will be on the ballot.
An ad hoc committee, comprised of union and city administrative representatives, voted Monday, April 21, to place a five-year, 4.8-mill levy on the ballot to raise $1 million annually to keep services at their traditionally high levels, prevent more layoffs, and provide raises for the city’s 72 union employees.
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