Rittman officials are discussing the city’s financial situation after voters earlier this month rejected a ballot initiative that would have raised their income tax rate from 1% to 1.5%.  Although no cuts are scheduled for this year’s budget, Rittman’s finance director says the city is looking at across the board cutbacks in next year’s budget.  Cuts being considered for 2024 include road repairs and recreation, as well as fire and police services.  The city says another possibility is to go back to the voters with yet another proposed tax increase in either August or November.