If you live in Norton and three area school districts and haven’t voted already, you’ll want to head to the polls today for a special election.
Norton voters will decide a pivotal charter amendment that will determine how water and sewer improvements in the city are funded. At stake is how the community spends funds in its operating budget.
Medina’s Cloverleaf schools are asking voters to approve an additional 8.3-mill levy along with a 6.3-mill renewal.
Field schools in Portage County has a 5.5-mill additional levy on the ballot.
In Wayne County, Orrville schools are seeking approval of a 7.5-mill renewal levy.
The polls will be open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.