Finance Director Joseph Dubovec and his staff have been honored for the last five years with the prestigious Award for Financial Reporting Achievement from the GFOA.
Strongsville income taxes are collected by the Regional Income Tax Agency (RITA).
Yet, in order to harvest these fascinating creatures, one has to be very educated, hardworking and passionate.
Members of Krnic family have these traits, and their organic honey can literally be described as pure natural gold.
Located in the southeast regions of Karlovac County, it features the gorgeous underground realm known as the Caverns of Barac.
It is a site where mysterious hand-made bracelet was found, dating from 7 century B. A lot of folktales circulate about these caverns, one including a heroic Croatian knight who single-handedly managed to defeat an Ottoman giant in their depths.
Zagreb is very well-connected with the rest of Croatia, making it easy for visitors to venture on exciting excursions and single-day trips.
Towns of Karlovac and Ozalj, together with their wider areas, are perfect locations for such occasion, and you certainly won’t leave their premises disappointed.
Once you return home, don’t forget to share your photos and videos of local experiences on our Facebook Wall, and earn a chance to become our media contributor of the day.
For forms and information, contact RITA at (440) 526-0900, toll-free at (800) 860-7482 or online at
The Strongsville income tax rate is 2 percent, with a credit of .75 percent up to 2 percent of taxes paid to the city where a resident works.
All Strongsville residents 18 and older must file a city tax return regardless of whether taxes are owed.
Residents who are under 18 who worked and had local taxes withheld in the city of Strongsville are eligible for a refund through Form 10A.