All renewal and replacement tax levies on Champaign County voters' ballots have passed by at least 50%, according to unofficial election results Tuesday night by the Champaign County Board of Elections.
Voters in two Champaign County townships - Adams and Jackson - approved replacement levies for road improvements.
“It’s just mainly to maintain and keep our roads in the condition we’ve gotten them up to,” Kevin Pence, an Adams Twp. Trustee previously told the News-Sun. “Without the levy, our roads would decrease and then it takes a lot more money to get them back up to where we got them as of today.”
Other voters around the county approved renewal levies generating money for road improvements, fire and library services, cemetery upkeep and school upgrades.
These results are expected to change as more ballots are counted through Nov. 18. We will continue to update these results as more ballots are counted.
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