Now that the May 7 special election results have been made
official by the Lake County Elections Board, let’s take a look at where each
ballot issue won or lost in the respective community or school district.
In general, the breakdown is a way to see how your
neighborhood voted and it can be a useful tool for entities planning future
A five-year, 3.9-mill replacement and 6.4-mill additional
levy combined into a 10.3-mill levy for Fairport Harbor Village’s current
operating expenses lost 350-239 or 59.42 percent to 40.58 percent. The levy
failed 203-153 in Precinct AA and 147-86 in Precinct BB.
Kirtland’s five-year, 2-mill road improvement levy failed
855-847 or 50.24 percent to 49.76 percent. The levy was defeated 157-154 in
Precinct 1A, 249-221 in Precinct 3A, 261-228 in Precinct 4A; it won 244-188 in
Kirtland Schools 10-year, estimated 5.12 mills generating
$1,552,615 annually for emergency requirements won 970-840 or 53.59 percent to
The levy passed in each of Kirtland’s four precincts; tied
3-3 in Willoughby Precinct 2A; lost 25-24 in Kirtland Hills Precinct AA and
24-22 Waite Hill Precinct AA.
A continuing, 3.8-mill additional levy for Madison Village
police lost 203-191 or 51.52 percent to 48.48 percent. The levy passed 104-97
in Precinct AA, but failed 106-87 in Precinct BB.
For Mentor Schools, a continuing, 1-mill renewal levy for
general permanent improvements won 5,079 to 1,866 or 73.13 percent to 26.87
percent. The 10-year, estimated 8.84-mill renewal levy for avoiding an
operating deficit won 5,085 to 1,858 or 73.24 percent to 26.76 percent.
Both school levies passed in each of the school district’s
A 5-year, 6.06-mill renewal levy for operating expenses
for Painesville Schools won 402-282 or 58.77 percent to 41.23 percent. The levy
passed in five Painesville precincts — 2B, 3A, 3B, 3C and 4B; failed in five
precincts — 1A, 1B, 2A, 4A and 4C.
The Willoughby-Eastlake Schools 10-year, estimated 4.71
mills generating $7,585,000 annually for emergency requirements lost 3,632 to
3,213 or 53.06 percent to 46.94 percent.
A breakdown of how the levy fared in each community
In Eastlake, the levy passed in six of 12 precincts — 1A,
1B, 2B, 4A, 4B and 4C; failed in 1C, 2A, 2C, 3A, 3B and 3C.
The levy passed in seven of 15 precincts in Willoughby —
2A, 3B, 4A, 4B, 5A, 5B and 6B; failed in 1A, 1B, 1C, 1D, 2B, 3A, 4C and 6A.
In Willoughby Hills, the levy passed in Precinct GG and
failed in the other six precincts.
The levy passed in three of nine Willowick precincts — 2A,
2B and 2C; failed in 1A, 1B, 1C, 3A, 3B and 3C.
A majority of voters in Lakeline Precinct AA, Timberlake
AA and Waite Hill AA each voted down the levy.
Ohio Treasurer candidate announces
State Rep. Connie Pillich
, D-Montgomery, has
announced she will run for state Treasurer in 2014.
Republican Josh Mandel
of Beachwood is serving
his first term as Treasurer.
Pillach is serving her third term in the Ohio House of
Representatives. Her district is located in southwestern Ohio.
Recently signing out candidacy petitions with the
Elections Board in Lake County are: C. Michelle Hayes
School Board, Mary
and Ellen Brown
for Fairport School Board.
The weekly deadline to submit information for this column
is prior to 5 p.m. each Wednesday. Email or fax is preferred.
Fundraiser for Geauga County
, 4:30 to 7 p.m. May 30 at S.O.S. Inc. in Munson Township. See
Samide or Jacqueline
Lake County Commissioner Robert E.
, 18th annual golf outing, 11:30 a.m. registration May 31
at Powderhorn Country Club in Madison Township. See Kathie Aufuldish-Freshour
or Ernie Koenig
Friends of Laketran political
action committee will host Bowling for the Future fundraiser, 2 p.m. June 1 at
Scores Fun Center in Painesville. See Nancy Cook
Lake County Sheriff Daniel A. Dunlap
Golf and Steak Fry, 10:30 a.m. shotgun start June 7 at Painesville Country
Club. See Lu
or Frank Leonbruno
Willoughby Hills Councilwoman Nancy Fellows
hosts Flag Day Family Picnic from 6 to 8 p.m. June 14 at Campbell Park in
Willoughby Hills. See Nancy or Dale Fellows
Labels: Connie Pillach, Josh Mandel, Lake County, Lake County Elections Board, Ohio