Issue 67, the district's 10-year 7.84-mill levy passed by 3,060 votes Nov. 6, 2012.
All but one Stow precinct out of 19 was collectively in favor of the Stow-Munroe Falls School District's renewal levy passing — precinct 3-C.
According to final but unofficial results from the Summit County Board of Elections, 11,549 voted for the levy and 8,489 voted against it.
The renewal levy will cost the owner of a $100,000 home:
- $240.10 a year
- $20 a month
Collection will begin in 2014.
Precinct 3-C collectively was against the levy's passage — but only slightly. In 3-C, 23 more people were against the levy than for it.
People who live on portions of Bryn Mawr Drive, Samira Road Conwill Road, Uniondale Avenue, Liberty Road and Klein Avenue east of Darrow Road and North of Graham Road voted in 3-C this year.
City Councilman Brian Lowdermilk is the representative for that precinct.
Precincts changed just before the general election. Check the map attached to this post in the form of a .pdf to see where the precinct lines are drawn.
* Missing from the chart are the six precincts that voted on the levy that are not in Stow. There are three precincts in Munroe Falls, one in Tallmadge, one in Hudson and one in Cuyahoga Falls. All of the precincts excluded from the chart also favored passing the levy.