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Maple Heights Election Results for November 4 2014 (unofficial)

Complete results can be found on the Board of Elections  website. The results below are UNOFFICIAL. There are absentee ballots postmarked by Monday yet to be counted as well as  provisional ballots that will need to be verified.

 

Senior Center Levy Fails by Less than 50 Votes

Early in the evening with just absentee ballots counted the Senior Center levy was passing by a 10% margin, but once all the precincts had been counted the measure failed by less than 50 votes. Provisional ballots will still need to be verified and absentee ballots postmarked by Monday could effect the results of this contest.

Residents Say No to Property Tax Increase for General Expenses

The 4.7 mill property tax levy was soundly defeated with 61% of residents voting against it.

Position of Council President to Stay

46% of voters voted to eliminate the elected position of council president while 54% voted against it.

Maple Heights Residents Ban Traffic Cameras

77% of Maple Heights residents sent a very loud message that they do not want the traffic cameras.  A decisive victory for the grassroots movement of Maple Heights. According to COAST the cameras should be shut off once the election results are certified.

Council Meeting, Wednesday, November 5, 2014

There is a City Council meeting tomorrow night at 6:30 PM  at the Maple Heights Senior Center. Find out what the City plans to do next.

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  1. Election Day Results: Reactions and Consequences | Maple Heights News - November 12, 2014

    […] The election may be over and many are glad of it, but passions were running high at the Maple Heights City Council the night after the election. Unofficial results can be found in our coverage of the November 4, 2014 General Election.  […]

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