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The headline in the Greenhills Journal: “Council…proposes adding pensions to tax” needs clarification. The Village is not adding pensions to the list of items to be taxed. A definition of a pension is being added to our tax code. The necessity for the addition of a definition is the result of recent court cases in the State of Ohio regarding a rare type of compensation plan entitled: Supplemental Executive Retirement Plan (SERP) which – per the Internal Revenue Service is a non-qualified deferred compensation plan – in which the local tax codes did not define “pension” adequately to make it clear if these plans are taxed or not taxed.
Currently, Section 191.03(e) of the Greenhills Income Tax Code outlines the exceptions to taxing and this section of the Code is not being changed. Included in the exceptions are welfare benefits, unemployment insurance benefits, pensions, social security benefits, and qualified retirement plans as defined by the Internal Revenue Service; and a list of 17 other categories that are not taxed. Non-qualified deferred compensation plans are not currently listed in Greenhills’ exceptions and are taxed. The addition of this definition clarifies the current status of our tax code as it regards non-qualified deferred compensation plans.
Once again, we are not changing what is being taxed in Greenhills; this is the addition of a clarifying definition only in Section 191.02 of the Greenhills Tax Code.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 November 2014 09:33
FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY THERE IS GRANT MONEY AVAILABLE TO ASSIST ELIGIBLE PROPERTY OWNERS! Maximum grant amount has increased to $2,000!
The Home Improvement Repair Fund can assist owner-occupied homeowners in Greenhills with needed repairs and improvements to the exterior of their homes. The homeowner is reimbursed for repair/improvement costs incurred up to a maximum of $2,000.00.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 July 2014 15:19Read more: Don't Put Off Your Exterior Home Repairs!!
The Greenhills Tree Advisory Board has established a Heritage Tree Program to recognize and raise awareness of historic and/or important trees in the Village. To view the Program details and download an application, click here.
Last Updated on Friday, 03 October 2014 12:38
The Greenhills Code of Ordinances requires that peddlers and solicitors be registered before undertaking any peddlling or soliciting in the Village. As a service to our residents, we will post the vendors who have obtained the appropriate registration with the Village.
The Village is not endorsing any services or products with this registration. The purpose is to inform the public as to who has registered to do peddling or soliciting in the Village.
If you wish to restrict or prohibit soliciting on your property, you may post a sign that is at least 5" X 7" in size stating "No Solicitation." Click here for a sign that you can print and post in the immediate vicinity of your front door or main entrance way.
For additional details on the law regarding Peddlers and Solicitors, please see Section 737 of the Greenhills Codified Ordinances available through this website under the heading "Government."
Just Energy Soliciting for retail natural gas & electric from October 16th through November 15, 2014
Greenhills Fire Dept. Selling turkey raffle tickets from October 22 through November 20, 2014
Last Updated on Wednesday, 22 October 2014 15:34
The Mayor and Council are pleased to announce the 2014 Beautification Awards! The gardens of Greenhills add so much beauty to the neighborhood and are an absolute joy to see. To view the list of the best, click here! A big thanks to Jeff Halter for designing the certificate! Click here to see the award. And a big thanks to Mayor Moore, Jeff Halter and Maria Waltherr for identifying the winners!
Last Updated on Wednesday, 15 October 2014 08:34
11000 Winton Road