Wednesday was the last day file issues for the November election. Voters will see a number of tax levy's on the ballot.
-Lima City Schools puts a tax levy back on the ballot after the same one narrowly failed in March. It's for 5.99 mills over five years
-Fort Shawnee residents will vote on a tax levy to pay for operating expenses. It's 3.25 mills over five years. It's also likely there will be a referendum on the ballot to dissolve the village.
-Apollo Career Center's proposed expansion also goes to the voters. The proposal is 1 mill over five years.
-Uniopolis residents will see a referendum asking if they want the village dissolved.
-Those in the Celina City School District will vote on a 3.8 mills tax levy and $27,700,000 bond.
-It's up to voters to decide if they want to pay for a .69 mills fire protection levy over five years.
-There's also a .6 mills, 5 year tax levy on the ballot for Senior Citizens Services.
-Kalida residents will decide if they want a wind farm near Kalida Manufacturing's plant. The village council decided to hold off on annexing land to Kalida Manufacturing for the wind farm until hearing what voters want. That land could also be used to expand the plant.