By Wayne Allen
On Tuesday, the voters of Scioto County will go to the polls to decide the fate of many offices and levies. A number of townships and villages throughout the county are asking voters to renew levies.
The village of New Boston is asking voters to renew a levy, used to cover village expenses. The Brush Creek Township Trustees are asking voters to renewal a levy used for cemetery maintenance. Brush Creek Township is also asking voters to pass an additional levy for parks and recreational purposes.
In Clay Township, the trustees are asking voters to approve two replacement levies for roads and bridges and fire equipment and apparatuses.
The voters of Harrison Township are being asked to approve a replacement levy for emergency medical services levy.
Voters in Jefferson Township are being asked to approve an emergency medical Services replacement levy as well as a replacement road improvement and roads and bridges levy.
Voters within the village of Otway are being asked to approve an additional levy to cover village expenses. The trustees of Rush Township are asking voters to approve an additional levy for expenses. Rush Township is also asking voters to approve an aggregation electricity program.
Within the village of South Webster , voters are being asked to renew a levy that’s used to cover expenses.
The trustees of Valley Township are asking voters to approve a replacement fire protection levy and the trustees of Washington Township are being asked to renew a police protection levy.
The voters of Scioto County are being asked to support a replacement levy for Scioto County Children Services. Funds from the levy are used to support the agency and its operations.
The general election where all of these issues will be decided by voters will occur on Tuesday, Nov. 3 with polls open from 6:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.
For more information about these issues and other items facing voters visit, www.electionsonthe.net/oh/scioto/.
Wayne Allen can be reached at 740-353-3101, ext. 1933 or on Twitter @WayneallenPDT