The levy council did not want to raise taxes at this time because of current economic conditions in the county, said Tom Kelley, assistant county administrator.
County voters in November 2014 approved a renewal measure for Levy A that added an additional 1 mill. Levy A was expected to generate about $73 million in 2015.
Voters last approved Levy B in 2010. The human services levies have never failed in their roughly 34-year history.
County commissioners next week are expected to vote to add a renewal measure to November’s ballot.