Township to keep zoning ordinance

By LOU WILIN STAFF WRITER Delaware Township resoundingly voted Tuesday to keep its 14-year-old zoning ordinance, which gives the township trustees more control over businesses wishing to locate there. Sixty-one township residents, or 63 percent, voted to keep the ordinance....

Patrick Henry levy renewed

By ALLISON REAMER Staff Writer HAMLER — Patrick Henry School District voters narrowly approved a renewal levy that helps pay for general expenses, according to unofficial election results Tuesday. The 3.83-mill, three-year levy passed by 12 votes, by an overall count of 447...

Arcadia voters renew 3-mill school levy

ARCADIA — Voters in the Arcadia School District voted Tuesday to renew a 3-mill, three-year emergency levy. Unofficial results, which includes absentee ballots, reported the vote was 231 in favor (65 percent) and 122 opposed (35 percent). The levy generates $305,000 a year....

Allen County voters OK additional funds for park

By JIM MAURER STAFF WRITER LIMA — Allen County voters approved a 0.75-mill, eight-year additional levy for the Johnny Appleseed Metropolitan Park District on Tuesday. The park district operates 13 parks throughout the county. It was the only countywide issue on the ballot....

Arlington electric rate program OK’d

ARLINGTON — Voters in Arlington gave the go-ahead Tuesday to an electric aggregation program for the village. The vote was 73 (71 percent) in favor and 30 (29 percent) opposed. All vote totals are unofficial and include absentee ballots. The objective of the proposed...

NB school district voters renew tax

NORTH BALTIMORE — North Baltimore School District voters renewed a 1 percent, five-year income tax Tuesday. According to unofficial results from Wood and Hancock County election boards, including absentee ballots, there were 230 votes (64.1 percent) in favor and 128 votes...

County turnout only 12.8 percent

Less than 13 percent of Hancock County’s voters participated in Tuesday’s primary election. Jody O’Brien, a director at the Hancock County Board of Elections, said the “low, low turnout” was expected. Other than a Republican primary in Findlay and a...

County walk-in votes not counted

Hancock County’s vote totals Tuesday, which include absentee ballots, remain unofficial. Provisional ballots, known as walk-in votes, must still be counted. Voters who moved and changed precincts within their counties, and did not update their voter registration, could walk...
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