Issues will dot ballots throughout Fulton County in November, with most being renewals or replacements.
There was one countywide issue that met the filing deadline to appear on the ballot. The ADAMhs Board is requesting a renewal of a five-year 0.7-mill levy for current expenses.
There are also three school district issues scheduled to be on the ballot.
Evergreen voters will be asked to approve a renewal and decrease of the district’s income tax. It would be for five years and the new rate would be 0.5 percent.
Pike-Delta-York voters will be asked to approve a a five-year, 6.65-mill substitute levy. It would mean no change for current residents but would allow future development to be taxed.
Wauseon Exempted Village School district voters will decide on an eight-year, 3.99-mill renewal levy for emergency requirements of the district.
Multiple fire and EMS levies will be on ballots in the county. In Fulton Township, voters will decide on an additional five-year, 1-mill levy.
Swancreek Township will vote on a renewal and increase of a levy for fire expenses. It would renew a 1.5-mill levy while adding 0.5-mill, for a total of 2-mills.
In Dover Township, a five-year, 1-mill levy will be voted on.
A five-year, 1-mill replacement levy for roads will be on the ballot in German Townshup. Royalton Township also has a road levy, a five-year, 1-mill renewal.
There will be two issues on the ballot just for Village of Delta residents. One is a five-year, 0.5-mill renewal for recreation, the other a referendum of a proposed ordinance establishing the municipal electric utility department.
Also, in the Archbold Three precinct, voters will decide whether to approve the Sunday sale of wine and mixed beverages for Discount Drug Mart, Inc., 705 S. Defiance St.
Reach Drew Stambaugh at 419-335-2010