Only voters living in Mad River Twp. who reside outside the village of Enon will decide on the levy renewal, Pettit said.
The Mad River Twp. levy will cost about $28 a year for the owner of a $100,000 home, according to information from the Clark County Auditor’s Office. It’s expected to generate $157,000 annually if passed.
Voters first passed the levy in 2017.
“Having a deputy, a police presence in the township is huge,” Pettit said.
The primary election is slated for May 3 in Ohio.