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Auditor’s website now reflects proposed levies

LISBON–Columbiana County Auditor Nancy Milliken announced Wednesday the levy tab on the office’s website has been updated to reflect the proposed levies for the May 7 election. These levies involve Wayne Township, Sandy Creek Fire District and the Beaver Local and Crestview Local school districts. For properties located in one of the above jurisdictions, owners can go to an internet web browser and enter to determine the approximate tax change that likely will occur if the levy is approved.

In order to access the proposed cost for a property, enter the above access to the website on a computer, enter the parcel number for the property, click on the parcel detail, then click the “levy” near the top of the screen. The “estimated annual tax” should appear on the screen. Milliken is providing this service in the hope that any approved levies will not be a surprise to taxpayers. Questions regarding any other levy changes being made by the taxing authorities should be directed to the appropriate township or municipal fiscal officer, or school treasurer.

Banquet in Salem to feature stuffed chicken breast

SALEM–Esther Sell will sponsor The Banquet in Salem from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Memorial Building. The menue will include stuffed chicken breast, mashed potatoes and gravy, California blend vegetables, tossed salad, fresh vegetables, fresh fruit and ice cream. For information call Patty Colian at 330-831-2169.

Volunteers needed for downtown cleanup Saturday

SALEM– Individuals and organizations are asked to help the Salem Beautification Committee of the Salem Area Chamber of Commerce for the Downtown Annual Spring Cleanup at 9 a.m. Saturday. Volunteers are asked to meet at McCulloch Park (next to Troll’s Jewelry) to receive their assignments.

Also on Saturday, bring the children to visit with the Easter Bunny from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the Salem Area Chamber of Commerce front lawn, 713 E. State St., sponsored by chamber members Valerie Ketchum and Mary Jane Wildman and the Salem Area Chamber of Commerce. Conclude Saturday by visiting historic downtown Salem businesses for specials and promotions in honor of Salem Second Saturday’s theme, “Smart in Salem,” as well as help the Brightside Project with their classroom supply drive by dropping off school supplies at various locations. Visit Salem Second Saturday on Facebook to see special promotions and drop off locations.

MetroParks Farm parking lot work to begin

CANFIELD–Construction for the 2019 MetroParks Farm parking lot improvements will begin Monday and continue through April 26. Construction dates may adjust depending on weather conditions.

Over the duration of construction, public parking will be designated in the gravel lot. The Administration Office, Education Building, Animal Barns, MetroParks Bikeway Trailhead and Recycling Center will remain open throughout construction. While construction is being completed, exercise caution when accessing these facilities.

Any questions or concerns may be directed to the MetroParks Administration Office at 330-702-3000.

Senior Wellness Health Market set in Columbiana

COLUMBIANA–Columbiana Public Library, 332 N. Middle St., will host a Senior Wellness Health Market from 2 to 4 p.m. Friday. Join local health and wellness providers for great information, giveaways, games and prizes. Come prepared to ask questions and learn about what care options are available in the area.

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