Created on Friday, 08 March 2013 Written by THE BELLEFONTAINE EXAMINER STAFF
The Logan County Board of Elections recently approved the following issues and candidates to appear on the May 7 Primary/Special Election ballot as follows.
• A .75-mill, 10-year additional operating levy submitted by the Logan County Health Board to cover current expenses.
• Stokes Township is seeking a 1.6-mill, five-year renewal levy for fire protection.
• The village of Quincy is asking for two separate additional levies, both 2 mills and five years in duration. If approved, one would cover current expenses and the other would go toward general construction, reconstruction, resurfacing and repair of streets, roads and bridges within the corporation limits.
• Benjamin Logan seeks a 4.6-mill, 10-year additional levy to provide for emergency requirements of the district; and
• West Liberty-Salem wants to renew a 1-percent income tax for three years, beginning in 2014.
County overlapping issues include:
• Waynesfield-Goshen is asking for a 4.9-mill, five-year renewal levy for permanent improvements; and
• Upper Scioto Valley seeks two separate levies. The first is a 3.1-mill, five-year replacement levy for emergency requirements and the second is a 1.7-mill, three-year additional levy for permanent improvements.
Candidates for Bellefontaine City Council candidates include:
President: David Henry, Republican; treasurer: Mark A. Fissel, Democrat; First Ward: David Haw (D); Second Ward: Diane J. Hager (R) and Marcus St. Clair (D); Third Ward: Peter DeSomma (R); Fourth Ward: Jerry Pitzer (D); At-Large: Jim Sanford (D), Allen Hadley (R) and Deborah Baker (R).