Voters in the Woodmore Local School District Tuesday will decide 2.99-mill, 5-year emergency levy to cover the cost of operating expenses.
If passed, the levy would generate about $450,000 annually, according to district figures.
The levy would replace a 4-mill levy scheduled to expire at the end of the year.
Voters in Sandusky County will see a 0.8-mill, 5-year additional property tax levy on the ballot. If approved, it would be used to fund mental health counseling and related services for children and adults.
The townships of Ballville, Madison, Rice, Townsend, Riley, Woodville, Green Creek, York, Scott, Washington, Jackson, and Sandusky will have electric aggregation issues on their ballots.
Townships that approve aggregation will be allowed to form buying pools for purchasing electrical power.
Residents who don’t want to be included in a pool will be allowed to opt out if the measure is passed in his or her township.