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Monroeville school levy passes

Norwalk Reflector Staff • Nov 6, 2012 at 11:43 PM

Monroeville has passed its school levy.

Voters in the district approved the $4,195,000 bond issue for 34 years, money that will be used for constructing, renovating and remodeling school facilities. The issue passed 832 to 677.

"I just had a good feeling the whole time," Superintendent David Stubblebine said.

Unofficial results show that school levies for Norwalk, Edison and Willard have failed.

All of the Huron County precinct results are in. However, officials are still counting absentee ballots. Results are not official until the elections board certifies them, and that won't take place for several weeks.

Look for the full story in Wednesday's Reflector.

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