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Levies dominate May election

February 6, 2014

Janet Schuler

ST. MARYS —  Voters in several school districts will see levies on the May primary ballot.

In St. Marys, voters within the school district are slated to vote on five-year, 6.8 mill renewal levy. Voters in New Bremen will vote on a renewal of a 1 percent income tax for operating expenses. County residents who live in the Botkins School District will vote on a renewal of a five-year, 2 mill permanent improvement levy, and those who live within the Indian Lake School District will vote on a five-year, 7.2 mill renewal and increase levy.

Countywide, voters will cast ballots on two issues. The Heritage Trails Park District will have a seven-year, 0.6 mill levy that will help fund its activities. The second measure is a Mental Health and Recovery Services levy that is for five years at 1 mill for operating expenses.

For the full story, see the Thursday, Feb. 6 edition of the Wapakoneta Daily News.
 

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