Vote "YES" on Issue 32
A "YES" vote on Issue32 proposal would approve a 0.5 percent City of Cleveland income tax increase providing funds to our city to enhance services, and grow and develop our neighborhoods.
It also will lessen the impact of other revenue cuts recently imposed on Cleveland.
“The Greater Cleveland Partnership does not take tax increases lightly,” said Greater Cleveland Partnership President and CEO Joe Roman said following the GCP Board of Directors’ endorsement of the issue earlier this year.
“Our support of this issue comes after lengthy review and analysis. We believe this issue will help to further energize Cleveland’s renaissance and will offer multiple benefits to people who live or work in the city, as well as those who visit. It will make Cleveland an even better city.”
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about why passing Issue 32 is important.
Support continuing improvement for Cleveland students
The Greater Cleveland Partnership is urging a “YES” vote on Issue 108
, a four-year renewal of the 15-mill operating levy that supports the Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD) with 1 mill set aside for partnering with high-quality charter schools.
Levy funds will provide four more years of financial support for The Cleveland Plan
, Mayor Frank Jackson's blueprint for positively transforming the delivery and impact of education for Cleveland’s K-12 students.
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, how its funds will be used, gains that the CMSD is making as well as links to the campaign website.
You can show your support for continuing the progress and improvement of the CMSD with a “YES”
vote for Issue 108 in the November 8th General Election.