By now everyone's probably aware that the Twinsburg Schools levy was approved on Nov. 6.
The 4.9 mill levy was was approved with 6,791 votes for (54 percent) and 5,806 against (46 percent). Issue 69 passed by less than 1,000 votes.
It passed by the community as a whole and in almost all precincts.
According to data from the Summit County Board of Elections, only three of 16 precincts voted against the levy: Twinsburg 1-A, Twinsburg Township A and Macedonia F.
You can see a breakdown of each precinct in the chart below.
Even though the levy failed in Twinsburg Township A, the widest margin of victory of any precinct came from Township B. The levy was approved by a 204 vote margin.
The smallest margin of victory came from Reminderville B, with only two votes deciding the precinct's approval.
Superintendent Kathryn Powers thanked voters last week for their support of the levy, which will cost the owner of a $100,000 home $150.06 annually, according to the district's data.
The levy will create $3.8 million each year for the district, in addition to the recent $3.2 million in cuts and changes. Combined they will fill the $7 million hole in district operating expenses.
Twinsburg School Levy Votes By Precinct