Traffic in some corners of Warren County and Mason might seem louder than usual Friday.
Supporters of Warren County Issue 12, a renewal of a $1.21 mill levy for the county’s elderly services program, will hold a “honk-in” from noon to 1 p.m. that day at 20 intersections throughout the county.
In Mason, supporters will be at the intersections of Mason-Montgomery and Columbia roads; Mason-Montgomery and Socialville Foster roads; U.S. 42 and Tylersville Road, U.S. 42 and Mason-Montgomery Road; and on U.S. 42 near Houston’s Inn at 4026 U.S. 42.
The levy funds 91 percent of the county’s elderly services program, which assists more than 2,300 seniors a year with services like meals on wheels, housekeeping help, wheelchair ramps and transport assistance, among other services.
If it passes, property taxes would remain the same: It currently costs the owner of a $100,000 $36.14 a year.
For more information, go to www.helpourelderly.com.