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Primary election results for Trumbull, Ohio, tax issues

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The primary election results for Trumbull County have been tallied. Polling stations closed at 7:30 p.m.

On Tuesday, voters overruled the Lakeview Local School District’s new 10-year, $6.8 million tax by a nearly 10% margin. It was the first time the district had requested new operating revenue in 10 years, Treasurer Sean Miller told Mahoning Matters.

Of a total of 3,349 ballots cast, 2,198, or 59%, were against the measure, according to unofficial election results Tuesday from the Trumbull County Board of Elections.

The $2.075 million the tax would have generated was to help the district maintain all of its current college programs, Miller said.

“Our funding from a tax perspective has remained relatively stable since 2010, and along with that, our public funding has also remained stable,” he said. “Right now we’re basically trying to run a school in 2022 on a 2010 budget.”

The district’s annual budget is approximately $16.5 million.

Here are more unofficial final election results for tax levies and other matters down to Trumbull County voters, excerpted from county board of elections. These early results include reports from all 158 precincts as well as early votes and absentee or provisional ballots.

Get the full, unofficial results here.

Bristol Local School District

(All wards in the City and Township of Hubbard and part of Mahoning County)

Renewal of a levy of 2.95 thousandths over five years generate $330,000 for emergency needs; beginning in 2023 and first due in 2024. The owner of a home worth $100,000 would continue to pay $103.25 each year; $516.25 over five years.

  • For the levy: 526 votes (58.06%)
  • Against the levy: 380 votes (41.94%)
  • Local School District Champion

    (Includes all wards in Champion Township and part of ward G in Bazetta Township)

    Renewal of a levy of 5.85 thousandths over 10 years generate $1,010,997.34 for emergency needs; beginning in 2023 and first due in 2024. The owner of a home worth $100,000 would continue to pay $204.75 each year; $2,047.50 over 10 years.

  • For direct debit: 1,019 votes (54.84%)
  • Against the levy: 839 votes (45.16%)
  • City Girard

    (All neighborhoods)

    Renewal of a levy of 1.8 million over five years for services or establishments for the elderly; starting in 2022 and maturing for the first time in 2023. The owner of a house worth $100,000 would continue to pay $63 each year; $315 over five years.

  • For direct debit: 1,139 votes (82.66%)
  • Against the levy: 239 votes (17.34%)
  • Township of Hubbard

    (All neighborhoods)

    Two issues to renew separate levies of 1.75 million over three years for police and EMS; beginning in 2022 and maturing for the first time in 2023. The owner of a home worth $100,000 would continue to pay $61.25 per year for one levy and $122.50 per year for both ; $306.25 over five years for one levy and $612.50 over five years for both.

    For the first three-year direct debit of 1.75 thousandths:

  • For the levy: 783 votes (73.25%)
  • Against the levy: 286 votes (26.75%)
  • For the second triennial direct debit of 1.75 thousandths:

  • For the levy: 762 votes (71.48%)
  • Against the levy: 304 votes (28.52%)
  • Hubbard Exempt Village School District

    (All wards in the City and Township of Hubbard and part of Mahoning County)

    Renewal of a levy of 5.15 thousandths over five years generate $1,218,709 for emergency needs; beginning in 2022 and maturing for the first time in 2023. The owner of a home worth $100,000 would continue to pay $180.25 each year; $901.25 over five years.

  • For direct debit: 1,559 votes (62.38%)
  • Against the levy: 940 votes (37.62%)
  • Jackson Milton Local School District

    (Parts of Precinct D of Newton Township and Mahoning County)

    Renewal of a levy of 3.83 million over five years generate $998,485 to avoid an operating deficit; beginning in 2023 and first due in 2024. The owner of a home worth $100,000 would continue to pay $134.05 each year; $670.25 over five years.

  • For direct debit: 8 votes (36.36%)
  • Against the levy: 14 votes (63.64%)
  • Joseph Badger Local School District

    (All neighborhoods in Gustavus, Hartford, Kinsman and Vernon Townships)

    Renewal of a levy of 2.95 thousandths over 10 years generate $425,379 per year for emergency needs; beginning in 2023 and first due in 2024. The owner of a home worth $100,000 would continue to pay $103.25 each year; $1,032.50 over 10 years.

  • For the levy: 621 votes (50.99%)
  • Against the levy: 597 votes (49.01%)
  • Lakeview Local School District

    (All wards in Bazetta Township (except part of Ward G) and Cortland City (except part of Ward A) and parts of Ward 2G of Warren City, Ward A of Mecca Township and Ward E of Warren Township)

    An additional tax of 6.8 million over 10 years generating $2,075,000 a year for emergency needs. The owner of a house worth $100,000 would pay $238 more each year; $2,380 over 10 years.

  • For direct debit: 1,151 votes (40.74%)
  • Against the levy: 2,198 votes (59.26%)
  • Newton Falls Village

    (All neighborhoods)

    A proposal to modify the charter for a charter review commission.

  • For the amendment: 448 votes (72.85%)
  • Against the amendment: 167 votes (27.15%)
  • Canton of Vienna

    (All neighborhoods)

    An additional levy of 3 million over five years for police and EMS; beginning in 2022 and first due in 2023. The owner of a house worth $100,000 would pay an additional $105 per year; $525 over five years.

  • For the levy: 595 votes (60.9%)
  • Against the levy: 382 votes (39.1%)
  • Alcohol options

    Warren City Neighborhood 1G

    Aldi, Parkman Road Northwest: Sunday sales

  • For the option: 180 votes (68.44%)
  • Against the option: 83 votes (31.56%)
  • District F of the city of Cortland

    Cortland Roller Rink, South High Street: sales Monday to Saturday

  • For the option: 194 votes (72.12%)
  • Against the option: 75 votes (27.88%)
  • Cortland Roller Rink, South High Street: Sunday Sale

  • For the option: 183 votes (68.03%)
  • Against the option: 86 votes (31.97%)
  • This story was originally published May 3, 2022 7:22 p.m.