South Point seeks levy for expenses
IRONTON -- The village of South Point is seeking a three mill replacement levy for current expenses in the November general election, according to the Lawrence County Board of Elections.
The levy currently brings in $157,190 per year. The replacement levy would bring in $171,700 per year, said Chris Kline, deputy Lawrence County auditor.
In addition to the levy request, several people have filed as non-partisan candidates for school board and township trustee offices in the general election. Aug. 7 is the filing deadline for candidates.
Carl Lilly has filed as a candidate for the Chesapeake Board of Education. Wanda Jenkins and Paul David Knipp filed as candidates for Rock Hill Board of Education.
Filing as township trustee candidates were: Mike Finley in Fayette Township, Larry Fraley in Hamilton Township and Robert Ackerman and Mike McDaniels in Upper Township.
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