Friday, November 9, 2012
Issue 67, the Stow-Munroe Falls District's renewal levy, passed by more than 3,000 votes. Find out which precinct overall wasn't in favor of it passing.
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: 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 …
Tuesday, November 6, 2012
In two races that were closer than most in Summit County, Rep. Kristina Daley Roegner of Hudson and County Councilwoman Gloria Rodgers of Stow retained their positions. Continue reading for more 2012 Summit County election results.
(Information is final but unofficial according to the Summit County Board of Elections.) Click here for the results of Issue 67, the Stow-Munroe Falls School District's renewal levy. ------- Last updated: 12:40 a.m. 298/298 precincts counted. 298/298 precincts counted. 298/298 precincts counted. 298/298 precincts counted. 298/298 precincts counted 43/43 precincts counted. 298/298 precincts counted. 298/298 precincts counted. 84/84 precincts counted. (67 write-in candidates.) 71/71 precincts counted. (Issue 73 is a 2.25-mill renewal levy for the protection and placement of abused and neglected children.) 202/298 precincts counted. * indicates incumbent.
The district's renewal levy passed by 3,060 votes.
Election Results for Issue 67: --------- Last updated: 11:48 p.m. 25/25 precincts counted. Results are final but unofficial according to the Summit County Board of Elections. "I sincerely appreciate the continued support of the Stow and Munroe Falls communities for our 'Excellent' school district. The passage of Issue 67 reaffirms the support our citizens have for the excellence in education for children every day," said Superintendent Russ Jones. "On behalf of the board of education, staff, parents and most importantly our students, I sincerely appreciate their belief in and support of our district." Follow Stow Patch on Facebook and Twitter for even more information. If Issue 67 — the Stow-Munroe Falls School District's 10-year 7.…
Monday, October 29, 2012
Stow residents will have an opportunity to vote on a 7.84-mill renewal levy Nov. 6 for 10 years in the Stow-Munroe Falls City School District.
If Issue 67 — the Stow-Munroe Falls School District's 10-year 7.84-mill levy —fails, the district plans to pursue the renewal levy again. The current five year levy in place is for 7.3-mills and generates $7.3 million annually for operating funds. It expires at the end of the year. The current levy, although passed five years ago at 7.3-mills, is being collected at 8.05-mills. According to Summit County Fiscal records, an 8.05-mill tax costs the owner of a $100,000 home about $250 annually. The millage for the renewal is higher than when it first passed and it is for 10 years, not five. The renewal levy, if passed Nov. 6, will still generate $7.3 million annually for the district. It would begin in 2013 with collection starting the …
Sunday, October 28, 2012
The weekly print paper is suggesting residents vote "for" a 7.84-mill 10-year operating levy.
The Stow Sentry endorsed Issue 67 on Sunday. The paper stated since the Stow-Munroe Falls School District was once again rated "Excellent" in the state report card, the operating money is necessary to maintain that standard. Click here to read the Sentry's full endorsement. Do you agree with the paper? Vote and comment below!
Monday, September 17, 2012
Soon you'll see signs in favor of or against Issue 67 — the Stow-Munroe Falls School District's renewal levy on the November ballot.
There's still weeks until the election in November, but Patch wants to know — how will you vote on Issue 67 — the 10-year 7.84-mil renewal levy? Be sure to take the unscientific poll and tell everyone why you will or won't support the ballot issue. Patch asked readers in June to take the poll attached to this story and as of Sept. 16, 52 percent of voters were against the renwal levy. Voters will have the opportunity to decide whether a renewal levy that generates $7.3 million annually will be collected for the next 10 years for the Stow-Munroe Falls City School District this November. The current levy is for five years at 7.3-mils and expires at the end of 2012. The renewal levy, which will still generate $7.3 million annually, is for …