Cuyahoga Falls Schools to Get More Than $100,000 in Casino Taxes This Month

The Woodridge Schools will receive about $42,000.

Schools in Cuyahoga Falls will soon receive more than $100,000 in taxes from the state’s new casinos. 

Figures for this first set of payments were released earlier this week. The Plain Dealer reports that the state is passing out more than $37.9 million in casino taxes to schools and districts across Ohio. Schools will receive their payments—based on enrollment—in January and August each year. 

Check out the Plain Dealer article for more information on how the casino taxes are divided between schools, cities and more. 

Cuyahoga Falls City Schools will receive about $102,900, and the Woodridge Local Schools will receive about $42,000, according to information on the Ohio Department of Taxation's website. Summit County schools, including charter schools, will receive about $1,629,158 total.

lynne mccormick January 10, 2013 at 03:50 PM
Maybe they should rebate my property taxes. Just sayin.
Nikki January 11, 2013 at 02:01 PM
Somebody always thinks their owed something! This is great for our schools and surrounding area schools.
L Davis January 11, 2013 at 02:06 PM
I have to agree Lynne! If they are going to get this much from casino taxes we should get a little break!
LJG 60 January 11, 2013 at 06:07 PM
I agree give us a rebate or who's pocket will it go in?? Now watch and see if they ask for a levy.
Nikki January 16, 2013 at 05:31 PM
LJG 60....did you see they are now discussing a levy!!!


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