The Delaware City School District’s bond issue passed easily Tuesday, May 7, with the wide margin of victory surprising district leaders.
The four Hilliard City Council candidates endorsed by the Hilliard Area Republican Club also were endorsed by voters in the city’s May 7 Republican primary election.
Voters rejected a proposal Tuesday, May 5, that would have expanded Powell City Council’s right to meet privately.
Services for Delaware County’s senior citizens and disabled residents will be preserved after voters heartily backed two levies on the Primary Election ballot Tuesday, May 7.
Republicans Barth Cotner, Chris Long and Dan Skinner emerged as winners from a six-candidate Republican City Council primary May 7.
It appeared, by looking at the Licking County votes, that the Licking Heights Local Schools levy was failing. But then the Franklin County votes came in. With all 13 Licking County precincts and 12 Franklin County precincts reporting, the levy appears to have passed 1,876 votes to 1,733.
Gahanna’s Issue 4, a proposed city income tax rate increase from 1.5 to 2.5 percent, failed by 122 votes May 7.
Madison Township voters approved two aggregation issues May 7, one for gas and one for electricity.
Just 16 votes appeared to separate a win from a loss Tuesday for the Groveport Madison school district.
Voters in Hilliard and Norwich Township Tuesday, May 7, overwhelmingly supported a 4.12-mill fire levy for the Norwich Township Fire Department.
Marysville school district voters overwhelmingly approved a 9-mill continuous renewal levy May 7.
Jefferson Township voters said yes to a new 3-mill levy on May 7 that will sustain current operations.
Sixty-five percent of voters said yes to renewing an 8.5-mill property tax for five years, according to final, unofficial returns from the Licking County Board of Elections.
Officials with a Delaware County agency that supports disabled residents say its funding woes can be traced back to federal cuts and a lagging economy.
Voters in the Licking Heights school district will decide a 10-year, 8.92-mill emergency levy request on their May 7 primary election ballots.
A lighter primary ballot means a smaller price tag for the May 7 election in Union County.
The Marysville Board of Education approved staff changes April 18 that will cut more than 45 jobs throughout the district.
Residents in the Groveport Madison Local School District will decide which way the levy pendulum will swing when they go to the polls May 7.
Lori Ann Feibel has announced the launch of her campaign to win one of the four Bexley City Council seats up for grabs this November.
Planned fundraising efforts will offset some of the need for new funding, say officials with the Council for Older Adults of Delaware County.
Gahanna Division of Police leaders recently gave a presentation to Gahanna City Council, emphasizing the importance of maintaining its vehicle fleet and equipment.
Fifteen years have passed since residents of Hilliard and Norwich Township last voted on a fire levy.
Three Republican candidates are challenging three incumbent Republicans for at-large Reynoldsburg City Council seats on the May 7 primary ballot.
Reynoldsburg City Council incumbents Barth Cotner, Monica DeBrock and Chris Long will face off against challengers William Schuck, Daniel Skinner and Marshall Spalding in the Republican primary election May 7.
The Marysville school district's push for voter registrations may have an effect on turnout for the May 7 election.
As the shadow of the May election grows, the Delaware City School District has stepped up its campaign.
The majority of Gahanna City Council approved a resolution of intent March 18 in support of a tax credit change.
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