do i have to file rita tax if i work in westlake, ohio

if i work in westlake, ohio and live in olmsted township, ohio do i file a rita tax
    There are 2 state wide agencies that help Ohio Cities collect City Income taxes. One is CCA (Central Collection Agency) and the other, larger one, is RITA (regional Income Tax Agency). There is a pull down list of cities, in Turbo Tax, for both City Tax Forms (CCA) & RITA. But many of the larger cities in Ohio use neither agency. These cities design their own forms and require you to use them. TurboTax includes a Generic City return, which may be filed for any OH city, other than CCA & RITA . It is only available in the forms mode (not available in on-line versions of TT). Or you can get paper copies from the individual city. Most are available at the city’s web site. Many cities will prepare the forms for you, but you have to go to city hall in person. Some may have on line filing (try the city web site). Although they won't usually admit it, some will even accept RITA forms.
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