2. What is the difference between unvoted and voted millage?

Posted by: NAPLS Treasurer
a. Unvoted millage, also known as inside millage, is levied by local governments without a vote of the people. The maximum allocation of inside millage is 10 mills and is divided between county, school district, municipalities, and/or the township of each taxing district. New Albany-Plain Local Schools collects 4.5 mills in this category.
b. Voted millage, also known as outside millage, is approved by a vote of the people. No outside millage can be collected without a majority vote from the voters in that specific district or community.
NAPLS Treasurer