Several issues will be on the ballot in Fulton County this November, including one for all county voters.
The Four County Board of Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services will seek the renewal of a five-year, 0.7-mill levy for current expenses. The Four County ADAMhs Board of Williams, Fulton, Defiance, and Henry Counties was created in 1978 to ensure the availability of community-based alcohol, drug addiction and mental health services.
Voters in the Four County Career Center area will be asked to approve an additional 1-mill for a continuing period of time to cover current expenses.
Voters in both the Wauseon and Swanton school districts will see renewal requests for library levies. Both renewals are for five years and 1.0-mill.
In the Village of Metamora, voters will decide on an additional 0.5-mill levy for parks and recreation for five years.
Royalton Township voters will decide on a five-year, 1.7-mill renewal for fire equipment.
Clinton Township will vote on a zoning repeal. The trustees were presented with a petition, circulated by a county resident, that seeks to have the entire zoning plan for the unincorporated area of the township repealed.
Once the trustees received the petition, they were required to follow a procedure set forth by the Ohio Revised Code which resulted in them filing the documents with the board of elections to be placed on the ballot.
Voters in the Delta Three precinct will decide whether to allow Sunday sales of wine and mixed beverages and spirituous liquor at Delta 109.
The few Fulton County voters in the Anthony Wayne Local School District will see a 37 year, 2.38-mill bond issue for the purposes of building a new elementary school and new athletic building.