Pickerington, Northridge school issues rejected

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WTVN) -- Following Tuesday's election, some school districts in central Ohio will either be doing without or looking for other sources of money.

School levies for Pickerington, Northridge and Liberty Union-Thurston schools were defeated.  And voters said "no" to an income tax hike for Amanda-Clearcreek schools.

Issues seeking money for Licking Heights and Southwest Licking schools were approved.  So were issues on the ballot for Heath, North Fork and Mount Vernon City schools.

The Franklin County senior services tax levy was approved by a big margin.

Franklin Township voters approved a 4.1 mill tax levy that will allow the police department to add a third shift.

The Licking County 911 levy was defeated.

Columbus City Council members Mitchell Brown, Shannon Hardin and Priscilla Tyson were the top three finishers in their race.. They will face Jasmine Ayres, Will Petrik and Kieran Cartharn in the general election. 

(ABC6/FOX28 contributed to this story.)


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