School Levies

Election 2011
7:09 am
Wed November 9, 2011

Miami County Levy Results.

Levy results for Miami County. 

 

Bethel Twp. Fire and EMS (2 Mill Replacement)

YES 67% (1,243)

NO 33% (618)

 

Bradford Streets and Roads (7 Mill Renewal)

YES 55% (155)

NO 45% (127)

 

Casstown Operating Expenses (3 Mills Renewal)

YES 59% (55)

NO 39% (39)

 

Fletcher Ambulance Services (1 Mill Renewal)

YES 66% (99)

NO 34% (51)

 

Mad River Schools Levy (5.9 Mill Additional) 

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Election 2011
6:47 am
Wed November 9, 2011

Greene County Levy Results

 

 

Levy results in Greene County. 

 

Beavercreek Schools Levy (6.7 Mill Additional)

NO 56% (11,112)

YES 44% (8,788)

 

Bellbrook Police Levy Issue 17 (2.9 Mill Replacement)

NO 54% (1,469)

YES 46% (1,252)

 

Bellbrook Police Levy- Issue 18 (2.9 Mill Replacement)

YES 56% (1,539)

NO 44% (1,252)

 

Bowersville Village Expenses (2.6 Mill Renewal)

YES 67% (55)

NO 33% (27)

 

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Election 2011
6:42 am
Wed November 9, 2011

Clark County Levy Results

Levy results for Clark County:

Bethel Twp. Fire Services/Issue 5 (2 Mill Renewal)
YES: 68% (2,608 votes)
NO: 32% (1, 248 votes)

Bethel Twp. Fire Services/Issue 6 (2 Mill Renewal)
YES: 67% (2,554 votes)
NO: 33% (1,264)

Clark County Combined Health (1 Mill Renewal)
YES: 63% (24,570 votes)
NO: 37% (14, 278 votes)

Clark County Parks (0.6 Mill Additional)
YES: 57% (23,275 votes)
NO: 43% (17,337 votes)

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Election 2011
6:03 am
Wed November 9, 2011

Montgomery County Levy Results

Results for levies in Montgomery County:

Centerville Library (3 Mill Replacement and Increase)
YES: 61% (12,948 votes)
NO: 39% (8,435 votes)

Englewood (1.65 Mill Renewal Operating Expenses)
YES: 66% (3,147 votes)
NO: 34% (1,640 votes)

German Twp. Senior Citizens Levy (1 Mill Renewal)
YES: 59% (1,654 votes)
NO: 41% (1,172 votes)

Huber Heights School Levy (8 Mill Additional)
NO: 73% (8,777 votes)
YES: 27% (3,290 votes)

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Election 2011
5:23 pm
Mon October 31, 2011

Xenia Faces More Cuts, Controversy Ahead Of School Levy Issue On Ballot

The Xenia Community School District may be facing more cuts if a levy on the ballot next week fails. The district is asking for a 5 year 4.8 mill emergency levy to help address a $3 million deficit.

In the last two years, the district has already cut 8.8 million dollars from their budget. Teachers and administrators have had pay freezes with no step increases and will pay higher insurance premiums. That's caused a controversy with the Xenia Educational  Support professionals Union, who represent bus drivers, custodians, food service workers and other staff.

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