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Elections Board Certifies 20 Issues To November Ballot
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Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
   
   
  Originally Published on: 8/13/2014

Twenty money issues appear on the November fourth general election ballot in Richland County. The Board of Elections certified the issues to the ballot during a brief meeting Tuesday. Most are levy renewals, but a few ask for new revenue. Pioneer Career and Technology Center wants voters to combine two continuing levies that passed in the 1970's into a 1.7 mill continuing levy for current expenses. The other issues include: Lucas Schools, 12.9 mill 5 year renewal; Cass Township, 1 mill 5 year renewal for cemeteries; Bellville, 3 mill 5 year renewal for current expenses; Shelby 1 mill 5 year renewal for parks, .2% additional income tax for safety forces, and 1 mill 5 year renewal for health; Mifflin Township, 1.75 mill additional continuing levy for roads; Butler, 2 mill 5 year renewal for roads, Plymouth, 1 mill 5 year renewal for the cemetary; Springfield Township, 2 mill 5 year additional levy for the fire department; Washington Township, 2.5 mill 5 year renewal for the fire department; Worthington Township, 2 mill 5 year renewal for roads, and a .5 mill 5 year renewal for Hitchman Park; Monroe Township, 2 mill 5 year renewal for roads; Perry Township, 1.8 mill 5 year renewal for roads, Crestline Schools, .75% income tax for current expenses; Loudonville- Perrysville Schools, 1.5 mill continuing permanent improvements levy. The only contested candidate races in Richland County are for State Representative, Common Pleas Court Judge, and commissioner.

   
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