A total of 36 issues appear on the Harrison County ballot Tuesday, though just three represent more taxation for residents.
Harrison County is asking voters for an additional 0.75 mills to support its 911 system. The village of New Athens, meanwhile, wants and additional 1 mill for current expenses for 5 years. Other communities are seeking to replace existing levies with current taxation levels.
Cadiz Township is seeking replacement of two levies for maintenance at the Cadiz Union Cemetery - one for 0.44 mills and the second for 1 mill. Cadiz Township also is asking voters to replace a 1-mill levy for firefighting equipment.
And Franklin Township is seeking to replace a 0.5-mill levy for cemetery maintenance.
A total of 29 of the issues going before Harrison County voters seek renewal of existing levies, and these are are as follows:
In Cadiz, voters will be asked if the sale of wine and mixed beverages should be allowed in the village, while voters in Scio will be asked to approve a proposed plan for electric aggregation there.