|8/11/2017 2:30:00 PM|
Candidates, levies lining up for Jackson County election
The ballot for the Nov. 7 general election in Jackson County is taking definite shape and form as non-partisan candidates and tax issues were due to be filed by a deadline of Wednesday, Aug. 9 at the Jackson County Elections Office.
The Jackson County Elections Board will meet Wednesday, Aug. 16 to review the petitions for certification purposes. There are some openings for some positions, but write-in petitions can be filed by a deadline of 4 p.m. Monday, Aug. 28.
The candidates who have filed petitions for the Nov. 7 general elections in Jackson County are as follows:
CITY OF JACKSON:
Treasurer: John T. Evans (R).
President of Council: Eric G. Brown.
Council-at-Large: Thomas Aldrich, Loretta Jones, George Kitchen, Jon L. Ondera, John Peters and Sidney Smith.
Ward 1 Council: Jon Hensler.
Ward 2 Council: Greg Hollback and Ron Queen.
Ward 3 Council: Jeff Elliott and Megan Peters.
Ward 4 Council: Brett Foster.
CITY OF WELLSTON:
Treasurer: Peg Barber.
President of Council: Chris J. Brenner.
Council-at-Large: Roaby Browning, Tom Clark and Charles D. Hudson.
Ward 1 Council: D. Keith Woolum.
Ward 2 Council: Nick Rupert II.
Ward 3 Council: No candidates filed.
Ward 4 Council: No candidates filed.
Coalton: No candidates filed.
Oak Hill, Council: Brandon Barry, James G. Coleman, JoAnne Davis, Jody Fulk, John Love and Terry McCain.
Jackson School Board: Kim Harless and Alyce Smith.
Oak Hill School Board: Joe Elcess, Michael French, Jr. and Paula Stewart.
Wellston School Board: Gretchen Crabtree, Terry Gill, James Johnston, and Jennifer Ousley Pittman.
Bloomfield: Roy L. Arthur and Tim Jones.
Coal: Larry W. Brisker, Bob Davis and Shane Smith.
Franklin: Greg Farrar and Jack Webb.
Hamilton: Dale Cox, Harold Meldick, Jr. and Delmar Reed.
Jackson: Jackie Daniels, Fred Powell, Richard Scurlock and Bill Snow.
Jefferson: Mike Blackburn, Brett Shipman and Dwight Woods.
Liberty: Kevin Meredith and Bill Rafferty.
Lick: Shawn Sexton, Jon Stevison and Steve Willis.
Madison: Leroy Dunaway, Dennis Evans, Scott Lunsford and Greg Potter.
Milton: James Hollingshead, Phillip Thompson.
Scioto: Charles Durham and James S. Leonard.
Washington: Davey Adkins, Jeff Bates, Tom Jolly and Arron Waugh.
Tax issues and local options which were filed to be on the general election ballot in Jackson County are as follows:
JACKSON COUNTY LEVIES:
Countywide: Replacement, EMS, 1 mill, providing EMS/ambulance services.
Countywide: Replacement, Rio Grande Community College, 1 mill, operating expenses.
Countywide: Additional, Children's Services, 1.5 mills, supporting children's services & placement of children.
Countywide: Renewal, County Board of Aging, 0.5 mill, senior citizens services.
Wellston: Additional, Wellston Police Department, 1.5 mills, provides salaries, communication & administration.
Wellston: Renewal, Wellston Fire Department, 1 mill, operating & maintaining fire department.
Coalton: Renewal, Village of Coalton, 5 mills, current expenses.
Coalton: Renewal, Village of Coalton, 2 mills, street lighting.
Coalton: Replacement, Liberty Township, 1.5 mills, fire protection.
Coalton: Replacement, Scioto Township, 1 mill, operating & maintaining cemeteries.
Liberty 1: Liberty General Store, sale of beer.
Liberty 1: Liberty General Store, sale of beer on Sundays.
Posted: Friday, August 18, 2017
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Coalton only has two renewal levies on the ballot. This article if not read in-depth gives the impression that there are four levies on the ballot.
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