Ohio’s newly increased tax on gasoline and diesel fuel goes into effect on July 1 and will bring millions of dollars in new revenue to local counties, cities, villages and townships.
Here is a look at how much money will come to jurisdictions in Greene, Miami, Montgomery and Warren counties in state fiscal year 2020, according to data provided by the Ohio Department of Transportation.
The total revenue column includes the current 28 cents per gallon (cpg) gasoline and diesel fuel tax plus the new 10.5 cpg for gasoline and 19 cpg for diesel.
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