Final election results posted HERE for all Huron County races, issues

Here are the unofficial results for cities, villages, townships, school boards and issues.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Nov 6, 2013

 

The following are results from the local races and issues in Tuesday's general election. All vote totals are unofficial, and totals are for Huron County only unless otherwise indicated. Winners are denoted by a “√”

ISSUES
Bellevue City — Renewal
Purpose: Ambulance and emergency medical services
Rate: 2 mills for 5 years
√Yes 152
No 68

Bronson Township No. 1 — Local Liquor Option
Purpose: Sunday Sales of beer
√Yes 141
No 52

EHOVE Joint Vocational School — Replacement
Purpose: Current operating expenses
Rate: .5 mills for a continuing period of time
√Yes 4,211
No 2,947

Greenfield Township — Renewal
Purpose: Providing and maintaining fire protection services and ambulance coverage
Rate: 2.5 mills for 5 years
√Yes 168
No 50

Greenwich Township — Renewal
Purpose: Streets, roads and bridges
Rate: 3 mills for 3 years
√Yes 72
No 28

Hartland Township — Renewal
Purpose: Current expenses
Rate: 2 mills for 5 years
√Yes 82
No 53

Huron County (Services for Aging, Inc.) — Renewal and Increase
Purpose: Providing funds for the provision, maintenance and operation of services for senior citizens
Rate: 0.55 mills for 5 years
√Yes 5,239
No 3,603

Monroeville Local School District — Renewal
Purpose: Adding to, renovating, remodeling, furnishing, and equipping buildings and other equipment, including school buses and improving school sites
Rate: 1.8 mills for 5 years
√Yes 485
No 401

New Haven Fire District — Renewal
Purpose: Providing and maintaining fire protection and ambulance service
Rate: 1.6 mills for 5 years
√Yes 215
No 80

North Fairfield Village — Electricity Aggregation
Purpose: Electricity aggregation
√Yes 60
No 18

Norwalk City School District — Replacement (Income Tax)
Purpose: Current expenses
Rate: 1.25% for a continuing period of time
Yes 1,422
√No 1,873

Norwich Township — Replacement
Purpose: Providing and maintaining fire protection services, ambulance, paramedic, or other emergency medical services
Rate: 2.5 mills for 5 years
√Yes 166
No 69

Plymouth Village — Renewal
Purpose: Operating and maintaining the Village Fire Department
Rate: 0.5 mills for 5 years
√Yes 47
No 9

Ridgefield Township — Renewal
Purpose: Maintaining and operating ambulance service
Rate: .25 mills for 3 years
√Yes 361
No 99

Ridgefield Township — Renewal
Purpose: Maintaining and operating cemeteries
Rate: .25 mills for 3 years
√Yes 337
No 119

Tri-Community Ambulance District — Renewal
Purpose: Providing and maintaining ambulance service
Rate: 1.25 mills for 5 years
√Yes 307
No 86

RACES
CITIES
Bellevue City Council president (1 to be elected)
√Ronald Smith 170

Bellevue City Treasurer (1 to be elected)
√David Freitag 165

Bellevue City Council At Large (3 to be elected)
√Dennis Feuerstein 104
√John E. Miller Sr. 126
√Rose Mary Nascone 153

Bellevue City Council 3rd ward (1 to be elected)
√Steve Hill 69

Bellevue City Council 4th ward (1 to be elected)
√Rise Henry 111

Norwalk City Council 1st ward (1 to be elected)
√Deborah J. Lucal 500

Norwalk City Council 2nd ward (1 to be elected)
√Robert S. Carleton 611

Norwalk City Council 3rd ward (1 to be elected)
√Samantha Ludwig 336
Shelley Robenalt 169

Norwalk City Council 4th ward (1 to be elected)
√Christopher C. Mushett 420

Norwalk City Council At Large (4 to be elected)
√Kelly C. Beck 1,785
√Stephen Euton 1,614
Scott Meyer 1,236
√Stephen Schumm 1,711
√David Wallace 1,604

Norwalk Municipal Court Judge (1 to be elected)
T. Douglas Clifford 1,999
√Eric R. Weisenburger 5,838

Willard City Council 1st ward (1 to be elected)
√Joe Daniel 59

Willard City Council 2nd ward (1 to be elected)
√Charles R. Danhoff 50
Robert W. Owens 22

Willard City Council 3rd ward (1 to be elected)
David Sattig 176

Willard City Council 4th ward (1 to be elected)
√Michael J. Elmlinger 120
Steve W. Fannin 110

VILLAGES
Greenwich Village Council (4 to be elected)
√Steven S. Bovia 138
√Lynne E. Phillips 150
√Wesley Sallee 173
Thad Smith 122
√Travis L. Wilson 160

Milan Village Council (4 to be elected)
√Todd A. Barber 26
√John H. Fox 36

Monroeville Village Council (4 to be elected)
√Melissa M. Fries 171
√Christina A. Raftery 147
√Kevin Rasnick 171
√Mark A. Rupp 143

New London Village Council (4 to be elected)
√Myrtie E. Anderson 215
√Stuart K. Cooke 226
√John W. Martin 240
√Janice C. Myers 230

North Fairfield Village Council (4 to be elected)
√Jane E. Antill 57
Carl Bennett Jr. 31
√Sharleen Coy 41
√Terry R. Jones 43
Mary Elizabeth Millis 30
Cheryll A. Pfanner 26
√John Whitright 39

Wakeman Village Council (4 to be elected)
√Beverly L. Stober 90
√Greg E. Summers 87
√James E. Tansey, Jr. 85
√Roger R. Wallace 97

SCHOOLS
Bellevue Board of Education (2 to be elected)
√Neil Carlson 208
√Valerie Gore 259

Edison LSD Board of Education (2 to be elected)
Matthew R. McClester 111
James Mark Suhanic 127
Write-in votes 16

Monroeville LSD Board Member (3 to be elected)
√Mike Helmstetter 452
√Sandra Lonz 450
Steve M. Reer 427
Robb Smithson 353
√Brian Watt 518

New London LSD Board Member (3 to be elected)
Gwen Bailey 180
Cherryl G. Booth 258
√William A. Given 448
Bob James 205
√Ken Long 552
√Domenic Maiani 404
Glen Morse 287

Norwalk CSD Board Member (3 to be elected)
John Aschemeier 952
Janet C. Broz 1,324
√Kevin Cashen 2,051
√Steve Linder 1,915
√Robert Ludwig 1,710

Plymouth-Shiloh LSD Board Member
√Jeffrey A. Eldridge 54

Seneca East LSD Board Member (2 to be elected)
√Jamie L. Beamer 109
√Larry A. Lucius 108

South Central LSD Board Member (2 to be elected)
√Bryan J. Hamman 403
Daniel L. Traxler 293
√Michael West 336

Wellington Exempt Board of Education Member (3 to be elected)
√Ayers R. Ratliff 39
√Sally Stewart 30
√Lois A. Wulfhoop 28

Western Reserve LSD Board Member (2 to be elected)
√Michael Canfield 581
√Kristopher B. Green 525

Western Reserve LSD Board Member — unexpired term ending  12-31-15 (1 to be elected)
√Louise Jackson 660

Willard CSD Board Member (3 to be elected)
√Lisa Bohach 839
√Rod Cok 972
√James E. Rosso 932

Willard CSD Board Member — unexpired term ending 12-31-15 (1 to be elected)
√Marsha K. Danhoff 939

North Point ESC-Erie District
√Carole J. Kuns 89
√Janet E. Tuttle 102

North Point ESC-Huron District
√Gerald F. Beck 2,078
√Jerry H. Jones 1,554

Mid Ohio ESC-Richland
√Mary H. Dixon 44
√Mary Stock 28

North Central Ohio ESC
√Steven Snavely 121

TOWNSHIPS
Bronson Township Trustee (2 to be elected)
Dave Barman 204
√David L. Berry 209
√Steve Rospert 270
Steve Scheel 136

Clarksfield Township Trustee (2 to be elected)
√James B. McClaflin 220
√John O. McClaflin 207
Mark L. Thomas 164

Fairfield Township Trustee (2 to be elected)
√Dale A. Bond 149
Dean Chandler 85
√Jeff Deeble 98
Clint E. Minniear 91

Fitchville Township Trustee (2 to be elected)
√Robert White 93
√Robert William Wilson 134

Greenfield Township Trustee (2 to be elected)
√Brandon Perry 135
√Dale I. Smith 159

Greenwich Township Trustee (2 to be elected)
√Walter H. Leber, Jr. 67
√Michael Robinson 55
Steve Smith 41

Greenwich Fiscal officer — unexpired term ending 3-31-16 (1 to be elected)
√Jane Hicks 83

Hartland Township Trustee (2 to be elected)
√Lauren J. Kamm 95
√Doyle Stevens 104

Lyme Township Trustee (2 to be elected)
√Roger Hunker 91
√David E. Lepley 114

New Haven Township Trustee (2 to be elected)
√Thomas E. Babcock 202
Rich Benich 125
Michael Keefe 132
√Frank E. Smith 153

New London Township Trustee (2 to be elected)
√Robert E. Harris 356
√Bill Schwinn 366

Norwalk Township Trustee (2 to be elected)
√Rich Marett 240
Brad L. Riley 186
Kevin Riley 225
√Andy Skinn 258

Norwich Township Trustee (2 to be elected)
√Gerald E. Mahl 122
Clifford Martin 113
√Richard E. Wiles 164
Write-in votes 17

Peru Township Trustee (2 to be elected)
√Ricky M. Schaffer 198
√Nick Stang 182

Richmond Township Trustee (2 to be elected)
√Mike Adams 149
Leo Dotson 44
√Matt Schwab 126
Randal A. Snook 78

Ridgefield Township Trustee (2 to be elected)
√Robert H. Schafer 344
√Joseph Stang 316

Ripley Township Trustee (2 to be elected)
√C. Richard Pennell 65
√Don Sparks 64

Ripley Township Trustee — unexpired term ending 12-31-17 (1 to be elected)
√Lorin R. Brown 73

Sherman Township Trustee (2 to be elected)
Andrew R. Bischoff 51
√Todd A. Bischoff 98
√Ronald A. Myers 81

Townsend Township Trustee (2 to be elected)
√Joe Barnhouse 148
Harold Dave Gangluff 137
Dean Mesenburg 114
√Tim E. Patrick 168

Townsend Township Fiscal Officer — unexpired term ending 12-31-17 (1 to be elected)
√William J. Mesenburg 250

Wakeman Township Trustee (2 to be elected)
√Caroll L. Butler 204
√Kenneth Tkach 196

Comments

Nettiewata

Doesn't matter who they elect in Greenwich they'll still raise our electric/water/and sewer rates till our bills are so high that the elderly and disabled won't be able to pay them. Seems as if they have no care or concern for the low income members of our little town. I thought the Mayor and town council were there to make things better for the town not to keep adding more and more surcharges to our bills. I wonder if they would feel differently if they had to live on a fixed income and try to make all your bills each month.

daddy99

Maybe you can ask your president Obama for some more help. Besides that if all the old people in town would ever allow businesses to come in , they would have more tax money, but they don't want change. They have had the chance a lot of times over the years and didn't take them. And they really don't support the ones they have now. Prime example is dollar general

Nettiewata

I don't know why they don't want new business to come to town. I do know most of the ones that did come into Greenwich failed not long after opening. I personally think they need to expand the area by Dollar General with more businesses. Maybe even a fast food place like Burger King or Mickey D's. All we have now are 2 pizza places and a Subway. They need to bring in shops that people want and need. I think a pharmacy would be great. It would be much easier than going to Willard or Norwalk for meds. Just a thought.

cracked

Are you kidding a pharmacy in Greenwich? I doubt the suppliers could keep up with the demand.oxy,oxy,oxy,perc.

swiss family

hhmmmmmm....Norwalk City Schools Replacement tax... DEFEATED???? bad, bad children, now expect to be punished... we will cut busing, and sports associated finances, to teach you all a lesson....expect it to be back on the ballot, at the Taxpayers expense, in the Spring, after you feel the brutality of our punishment....why won't you all learn your lesson.. we control the money that you give us, we do NOT understand that "NO" means "NO"... we are like the children in the shopping cart, with you as you shop , repeatedly asking a hundred times.."can I have this Mommy?" Please Mommy, Please..."and totally tuning out your answer of "NO!!" every time..it sure gets annoying, and seemingly "insane" doesn't it... we do NOT understand that there are plenty of other places to cut expenses in our budget, but we do NOT want to, we feel that it is absolutely worth nearly a million dollars to have as much in "upper level" salaries, to run our "small town" schools..Please listen to us, we know what is best especially since you are paying for all of this and all of our seemingly full time pay plus benefit package for so many positions that most schools feel are "part time" or that they combine with other part time positions to eliminate waste and to provide a savings to the taxpayers..... PLEASE learn from your mistakes. we will keep begging again and again, we demand more of your money or we will "cut" you.. we don't like to do this but we need to teach you what is best for you...

AnAmerican

The Norwalk School levy failed because if you make 40,000 per year you would have had to pay $500.00 dollars a year more, on top of what you already pay via outrageous property taxes! NCS also receives federal funds, state funds, local funds, grants, lottery funds, and private donations!
GET IT THROUGH YOUR HEADS SCHOOL BOARD, NO NEW MONEY UNTIL YOU ELIMINATE ALL THE EXTRA BLOATED ADMIN POSITIONS!

JACKEL

Define those positions.I really don't know what they are.Everyone says they spend to much money but what else can be eliminated ?

JACKEL

It always puzzled me who votes against fire and ambulance services.Swiss,do you?

Uputwhatwhere7

I have children in each of the schools and I voted no on the levy. I have watched the school board make stupid decision after stupid decision with my tax dollars and I for one am tired of it. I'm glad the indecisive one is gone. Now let's put our heads together school board and start using common sense. The money is there in what you have. The only way I would vote yes on a new levy is if they were going to build a new school and get rid of all of the other buildings. Those old buildings are costing us way too much. The government is going to front the majority of the money to build I and you have 9.5 acres of land right next to the high school that at one time was donated to a church. They gave it back because they couldn't do anything with it. Now how about talking to the family and see if they would donate it to the school system if their name were on the side of the new school building? Just a thought.

hit the road jack

I see the upstanding citizens of Monroeville district are not afraid to spend someone else's money (all the levies passed) what the people should have done is built a new school 3 times bigger than they needed 10 years ago instead of punishing the people for the next 30 years that will pay for the old beat up school that will probably need another levy in a couple years to FIX THE LEAKING ROOFS again.

sport24728

Where is the article about the school board elections in Norwalk? Are we protecting a former board member?