Cities/Villages with the Lowest Cost of Doing Business in Ohio – Part 2

As we commented in the previous blog, EDDS researched municipal income taxes, school income taxes, commercial/industrial property taxes, residential water and sewer rates (Ohio EPA survey of 2010) and county sales tax.  The next tier of 15 communities (from 11 – 25) with the lowest cost in 2010 were, in order (from least costly):

12)Upper Sandusky
13) Sidney
14) Covington
15) Georgetown
15) Niles
16) Louisville
17) Bowling Green
18) Coshocton
19) Bryan
20) Tipp City
21) Bellefontaine (Logan)
22) Newark (Licking)
22) Avon (Lorain)
23) Rittman (Medina)
24) Minster (Auglaize)
25) Troy (Miami)

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