Voters opened their wallets on Nov. 8 and adopted several new tax issues across the West Side. It was great news for school leaders and supporters of the Cleveland Metroparks, which received the biggest margin of victory.

But will these voters who were so generous with their yes ballots on Nov. 8 be as happy or angry when higher property tax bills arrive by the end of the year? A majority of voters ignored all the scary campaign rhetoric about Inflation and a bad economy and looked to the future to make their communities better places.

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