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How do voters decide on local school levies, taxpayer funds from other institutions | Instant News


CLEVELAND – At the 2020 Ohio Primary, voters in the Northeast Ohio district voted to vote to increase taxpayer funding from the district, government agencies and services. This is how they vote.

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Lake County

Road and Jalan Leroy Township – Additional – 2.5 Mills
✔ OPTIONS
50%
416
Choose yes
50%
408

Madison Joint Recreational District Parks and Recreation – Additions – 0.64 Mill
✔ OPTIONS
61%
1,699
Choose yes
39%
1,093

Perry Public Library District Operational Costs – Renewal – 0.75 Mill
✔ OPTIONS Yes
69%
1,128
Choose No.
31%
508

School Financing District Current costs – Renewal – 4.9 factories
✔ OPTIONS Yes
58%
7,724
Choose No.
42%
5,544

Emergency Requirements for the Willoughby-Eastlake School District – $ 8.5 million (Est. 4.94 factory)
✔ OPTIONS Yes
57%
9,313
Choose No.
7,120
7,120

Fairport Harbor Ex. Village Primary Emergency Tax Retribution – Additional – $ 250,000 (Est. 4.47 Mills)
✔ OPTIONS
57%
308
Choose yes
43%
234

Lorain County

Avon Lake City Current costs – Renewal – 1.5 factories
✔ OPTIONS Yes
75%
3,136
25%
25%
1,051

North Ridgeville City Police – Renewal – 1.95 factory
✔ OPTIONS Yes
76%
5,450
Choose No.
24%
1,742

North Ridgeville City Fire – Renewal – 1.9 factories
✔ Yes
78%
5,596
NOT
22%
1,587

North Ridgeville City Roads and bridges – Renewal – 1.9 factories
✔ OPTIONS Yes
75%
5,390
Choose No.
25%
1,762

Columbia Township Fire and EMS – Replacement – 1.06 factories
✔ OPTIONS Yes
70%
895
Choose No.
30%
386

Rochester Township Fire and EMS – Renewal – 2 factories
✔ OPTIONS Yes
82%
115
Choose No.
18%
26

Ambulance Sheffield Township and EMS – Renewal – 0.5 factory
✔ OPTIONS Yes
76%
235
Choose No.
24%
75

Amherst Public Library Repair – Bond – 0.73 mill
✔ OPTIONS Yes
62%
2,773
Choose No.
38%
1,715

Avon Public Library. Current costs and construction – Additional – 2 factories
✔ OPTIONS Yes
60%
2,373
Choose No.
40%
1,599

North Ridgeville CSD Required Requirements – Substitute – 11.72 factory
✔ OPTIONS Yes
57%
4,075
Choose No.
43%
3,092

Olmsted Falls City School District Current Expenditures – Additional – 8.9 factories
✔ OPTIONS
52%
68
Choose yes
48%
63

Purpose Wellington Community Fire Department – Replacement – 2.75 factories
✔ OPTIONS Yes
69%
1,486
Choose No.
31%
659

Wellington Ex. Village SD Bond 1.89 factory – 1 factory tax levy
✔ OPTIONS
57%
922
Choose yes
43%
682

Renewal of Lorain County Community College with Improvement – 2.3 factories
✔ OPTIONS Yes
60%
27,650
Choose No.
40%
18,809

Portage Regency

Kent City Current Expenditures – Updates – 1.16 mills 100% reporting
✔ OPTIONS Yes
80%
2,743
Choose No.
20%
701

Amendment to the Mogadore Village Charter for a single garbage carrier
✔ OPTIONS
54%
85
Choose yes
46%
71

Township Fire and EMS – Renewal – 1,25 factories
✔ OPTIONS Yes
77%
746
Choose No.
23%
227

Aurora City School District – current costs – renewals – 5,61 factories
✔ OPTIONS Yes
75%
2,188
Choose No.
25%
719

Construction of Kent City School District Building – Bond Issuance – 2.36 factories
✔ OPTIONS Yes
76%
3,551
Choose No.
24%
1,097

Emergency Requirements Rootstown Local School District – Renewal – 4,31 factories
✔ OPTIONS Yes
61%
988
Choose No.
39%
640

Windham Ex. Village School District Permanent repairs – Additional – 1.5 factories
✔ OPTIONS
53%
198
Choose yes
47%
176

Waterloo Local School District, Current fees – Additional income tax – 1.5%
✔ OPTIONS
55%
1,197
Choose yes
45%
982

See all the results of the Election for Northeast Ohio here.

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Private schools challenge directives to cut 20% of school fees | Instant News


The petition submitted at the IHC believes that the PEIRA notification was issued without consultation with stakeholders

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Hazara students attend classes at the Ummat Public School in Mehrabad, Quetta 31 August 2012. PHOTOS: REUTERS

ISLAMABAD: Private schools in the federal capital have blocked government directives from offering 20 percent concessions in school fees to parents during locking, mandated by the new coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic, and have petitioned the Islamabad High Court (IHC) to challenge them.

The Private Schools Association (PSA) petitioned before the IHC where they registered the Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) and the Regulatory Authority for Private Education Institutions (PEIRA) as respondents.

A single member bench from the IHC, which consists of Judge Amir Farooq, is expected to hear the petition today (Monday).

The petition reads that PEIRA has issued a circular on April 8, in which it directs private educational institutions in the federal capital to provide 20 percent of concessions in school fees for April and May amid lockouts.

It was further said that the authorities had instructed private schools to charge fees every month rather than continued costs for two months.

The applicant requests that the court withdraw the PEIRA’s notice because the decision was taken without consulting the stakeholders.

In addition, a separate petition was also filed at the IHC on Sunday where the court had urged to issue a residence order on the relevant circular immediately.

PIERA has directed private schools in the federal capital to give concessions at least 20 percent in monthly school fees for April and May.

In addition, schools are strictly directed to only collect monthly fees and not to charge a down payment for two months together.

Notification PEIRA has registered a new Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for private educational institutions (PEI) – from elementary to secondary level or equivalent.

The school has been closed in the federal capital until May 31 as part of preventive measures taken by the federal government against Covid-19. This period will be treated as a summer vacation.

The notice reads that the concession must be given “as financial assistance to parents or guardians [of students] due to the suspension of business and related activities [as a] a result of national lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic outbreak. “

PEIRA, in its notice, also came to help teaching staff and non-teachers who work at these educational institutions, which prohibit PEI from stopping their staff.

“The services of all staff members who work at PEL (including teaching and not teaching) will not be terminated and staff salaries must be paid regularly,” the notification said.

Published in The Express Tribune, April 13th, 2020.

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