Western Wayne Schools will receive more funding and several familiar faces could be returning to county government after Tuesday’s primary election. School levy
A majority of voters living in the Western Wayne Schools district (64.5 percent) voted yes for the school levy to increase property taxes to offset declining income for schools as enrollment numbers decrease. Proponents were concerned about cuts that would need to be made if more revenue did not come in. The levy passed with 662 votes, with 364 against. Countywide races
The GOP race for District 3 commissioner was the area’s tightest, with Jeff Plasterer receiving 44.5 percent of the vote over Brad Robinson with 42.4 percent and Jack D. Study with 13.1 percent.