Eight money issues readied for May vote
LISBON – Eight money issues and one liquor option are tentatively scheduled to appear on the May 7 primary election, based on Wednesday’s filing deadline at the Columbiana County Board of Elections.
The money issues are as follows:
- Center Township: new 1.23-mill fire levy, to run for five years.
- Columbiana School District: new 1.23-mill bond issue for permanent improvements, to run for 29 years.
- Knox Township: new 1.5-mill road levy, to run for five years.
- New Waterford: existing 4-mill operating levy being run as a replacement levy, to run for five years.
- Perry Township: renewal of 1.5-mill police and fire levy, to run for five years.
- Salem School District: renewal of 2-mill permanent improvement levy, to run for five years.
- Salineville: new 3-mill police levy, to run for five years.
- United Local School District: new 3-mill permanent improvement levy, which runs for a continuing period.
Voters in Salem’s 4A precinct will be asked to approve a liquor option allowing the Shell station at the intersection of East State and Southeast Boulevard to sell alcoholic beverages.
In Minerva, voters will be asked whether the village should participate in an electric aggregation program.