UPPER SANDUSKY — Two countywide issues, one for Angeline School and Industries and the other for a three-county mental health and recovery services agency, will be decided by Wyandot County voters Nov. 7.
There are also township, village and city issues on the ballot.
Angeline School and Industries is seeking an additional 1.5 mills for five years to fund programs, services, operations and maintenance.
The mental health services board will seek an additional 0.6 mill for 10 years for “community addiction services providers and community mental health services providers and acquisition, construction, renovation, financing, maintenance and operation of alcohol and drug addiction facilities and mental health facilities.”
Residents in Wyandot, Seneca and Sandusky counties will decide the issue, which would provide funds for each county’s services and facilities.
Separately, Upper Sandusky is seeking renewal of a 1.3-mill levy for five years to help fund current expenses.
Sycamore is seeking renewal of 2 mills for five years for fire protection. Harpster is seeking renewal of 2 mills for five years for current expenses, and Nevada is seeking renewal of 1.5 mills for five years for current expenses.
Five townships are also seeking levies:
- Crane Township — additional 0.5 mill for five years for current expenses.
- Eden North Fire District — renewal of 1.4 mills for five years for fire and emergency medical service operations.
- Marseilles Township — renewal of 1 mill for five years for current expenses.
- Ridge Township — renewal of 1.5 mills for five years for fire and emergency medical service operations.
- Sycamore Township — renewal of 1 mill for five years for fire and emergency medical service operations.
Tri-Rivers Career Center, Marion, which provides vocational classes for school districts in seven counties, including Wyandot and Hardin, is seeking renewal of 1.3 mills for five years levy for current operating expenses.