Summit in 60 Dec. 21: South Summit fire tax, drunk driver sentenced, burglaries in Bear Hollow
This week in Summit County:
- The governing body of the South Summit Fire Protection District unanimously approved a nearly 150 percent increase to the district’s tax rate Wednesday, despite receiving pushback from the community.
- The driver of a Porsche Cayenne that rear-ended another vehicle on S.R. 224 in May was sentenced to 30 days in jail on Tuesday.
- The Summit County Sheriff’s Office has responded to a string of vehicle thefts and burglaries within the last couple of weeks, with the most recent incident occurring in Bear Hollow.
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