The levy figures noted below come from the Indiana Department of Local Government Finance's 2010 Revised Certified Budget Order for Marion County.
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It should be noted that these levies may not be the entire amount of tax money that these units receive. In the case of the Township governments, I do believe that is the case, but I could not find a quick reference with that information posted. So, these figures show only the effect of the property tax caps on the property tax revenue each taxing unit obtains.
The levies for Center, Perry, Warren and Washington Townships are lower because IFD handles their fire protection and is a separate taxing unit. For reference, the Indianapolis Fire Special Service taxing unit saw $2.9 million circuit breaker credit impact on its levy of $53.9 million - amounting to a 5.4% impact.
As with the overall Township information posted yesterday, Franklin Township government stands out, followed by Wayne and Decatur. Beech Grove, which spills into 4 Townships, saw the greatest impact from the tax caps on the revenue it gets from property taxes.