The Clark County Board of Developmental Disabilities is asking voters to approve an 8-year, additional levy on Election Day.
The board had the same issue rejected last November. In 2012, voters handed the board its first levy defeat since 1967.
"If we are unsuccessful in passing our levy, we will have to cut some of the folks that we currently are serving," says Jennifer Rousculp, the Board Superintendent. She says cuts would hit home care services and self-sufficiency programs for the developmentally disabled.