If Roane County voters approve all four levies, the owner of an average home and land assessed at $60,000 and a vehicle or vehicles appraised at $15,000 will pay about $120 a year, according to Roane County Assessor Emily Westfall.
White stressed that two of the Roane County levies are continuations of measures that have been in place for years.
"I really don't think it will cost the average taxpayer a lot of money," White said. He said those supporting the levies are passionate about promoting them.
White doesn't know if having so many levies on the ballot at the same time hurts the chances for any of them passing.
But Gore said it might actually help in Boone County.
"The seniors will go out and vote for theirs and the firefighters will go out and vote for theirs," he said. "They kind of vote for each other's."
Gore said all the organizations funded by Boone County's levies have good reputations, and said the levies usually pass by comfortable margins. He said the levies passed the last time with about 80 percent of the vote.
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