is municipal tax the same as local tax? in re: RITA form in ohio

RITA Municipal Income Tax
You may be required to file Form 37, Regional Income Tax Agency (RITA) Municipal Income Tax Return

Live in Ohio
Worked in 2 places this year, both locations found on the list of municipalities that fit this.
I paid local taxes in each location, box 18. 
Do I need to fill out this form?
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     You normally only have to file a return in the city you live in. It is not necessary to file one in the city you work in, if different. Your employer will remit withholding to the city you work in, but you do not file a return unless you're claiming a refund of improper withholding or your employer didn't withhold enough ( both highly unusual). Your residence city  will allow a credit or partial credit for the taxes you paid to the work location city. 

    To find out if you live in a school district or city with a tax enter your address at:

    http://www.tax.ohio.gov/online_services/thefinder.aspx

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