Cleveland, Ohio 2021-05-04 22:29:15 –
Cleveland (WJW) -Voters rejected three proposed taxes Kaiyahoga County School district during the primary elections in May on Tuesday.
The taxation of the North Olmsted City School District was overwhelmingly defeated, with more than 70% of voters opposed.
Bond issuance and levy for the Palma City School District were lost by 37% in favor and 62% against, according to the results of the Kaiyahoga County Election Commission on Tuesday night.
About 300 votes have determined the fate of the Rocky River City School District Tax. According to informal results, it failed with 2,089 votes in favor and 2,405 votes against.
Voter turnout in Kaiyahoga County on Tuesday was 18.6%.
Problems with Huron Municipal School, Kenston Regional School, Madison Regional School, and Clearview Regional School also failed. Buckeye Local Schools, Margaretta Local Schools and Kirtland Local Schools have passed the proposal.
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