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Candidates, issues and questions on the Tuesday primary election ballots. (An * denotes an



Published: Sun, May 6, 2001 @ 12:00 a.m.



Candidates, issues and questions on the Tuesday primary election ballots. (An * denotes an incumbent.)

WARREN

TREASURER

Democrat

YPatricia Leon-Games*3,154

XJohn B. Taylor3,838

COUNCIL PRESIDENT

Democrat

XWilliam Doug Franklin*5,253

COUNCIL AT LARGE (3 to elect)

Democrat

YAndy Barkley2,216

YSherry Cox-Calloway*2,451

XRobert A. Marchese*2,744

XDaniel E. Polivka*3,531

XGary Fonce2,986

YGenevieve Lucas1,539

1ST WARD

Democrat

XVirginia Bufano*475

YFelicia D. Pruitt249

YFiore Dippolito373

YJoseph R. Spahr351

2ND WARD

Democrat

XAlford L. Novak*476

YErik Jennings316

3RD WARD

Democrat

XJohn Homlitas*1,196

4TH WARD

Democrat

XRobert Holmes III278

YTristan Hand160

YRonald E. White Sr.* 268

5TH WARD

Democrat

XBrendan J. Keating*962

6TH WARD

Democrat

XHelen L. Rucker*546

7TH WARD

Democrat

XSusan E. Hartman* 630

NILES

TREASURER

Democrat

YMary Lou Campana Davies173

YJohn J. LaBuda199

YEdrea K. Mientkiewicz522

XDick Bullock886

YBob Swauger510

YJohn C. Maiorca407

COUNCIL AT LARGE (3 to elect)

Democrat

XRobert L. Marino Jr.*1,540

XStephen G. Papalas*1,199

XThomas A. Scarnecchia* 1,299

1ST WARD

Democrat

XFrank S. Fuda*314

3RD WARD

Democrat

XReginald F. Giancola Jr.*517

4TH WARD

Democrat

XPaul Hogan*351

YTony Vigorito275

GIRARD

TREASURER

Democrat

XJohn A. Martin* 1,255

COUNCIL PRESIDENT

Democrat

YLeo S. Grimes*781

XLouis J. Adovasio957

COUNCIL AT LARGE (3 to elect)

Democrat

XJoseph A. Manente*958

XJoseph Lambert Jr.*938

XJohn Moliterno*936

1ST WARD

Democrat

XReynald J. Paolone*405

2ND WARD

Democrat

YRobert J. Alejars159

XKathleen O'Connell Sauline*302

3RD WARD

Democrat

YTom Kolic181

XBrian Kren*236

4TH WARD

Democrat

XCharles Doran 293

HUBBARD

TREASURER

Democrat

XMarsha A. Ruha*965

YDaniel P. Livingston 806

COUNCIL PRESIDENT

Democrat

XJohn D. Darko*1,326

COUNCIL AT LARGE (3 to elect)

Democrat

YJames F. Palumbo717

XDouglas Rohrer*1,039

XWilliam J. Williams*1,112

XRay Farcas946

1ST WARD

Democrat

XBonnie Viele*179

YAlbert J. Patrick178

2ND WARD

Democrat

XJohn R. Marshall* 436

3RD WARD

Democrat

YRobert R. DeJulio*155

XLisha Pompili- Baumiller274

4TH WARD

Democrat

XRichard D. Keenan355

SCHOOLS

CHAMPION

A 1.5-mill , 5-year renewal levy for renovations, remodeling and equipment.

XFor the tax levy1,222YAgainst the tax levy638

LORDSTOWN

A 10.2-mill, 5-year additional levy to raise $1.3 million annually for operations.

YFor the tax levy415XAgainst the tax levy565

HUBBARD

A 9.8-mill, 5-year levy renewal and increase to raise $1,887,709 annually by renewing $1,218,709 and providing for an increase of $669,000 for operations.

YFor the tax levy1,349XAgainst the tax levy1,793

McDONALD

A 2-mill, 5-year renewal levy for remodeling, furnishings and equipment and improving school sites.

XFor the tax levy273YAgainst the tax levy108

NEWTON FALLS

A 2.8-mill, 5-year bond issue to raise $3,989,000 for new construction and 0.5-mill additional levy to raise $51,381 annually for building maintenance.

XFor the bond issue and tax levy1,327YAgainst the bond issue and tax levy1,069

ISSUES

CHAMPION TOWNSHIP

A 1.1-mill, 5-year renewal levy for police protection.

XFor the tax levy1,294

YAgainst the tax levy557

WARREN

A 0.5-percent increase in income tax from July 1, 2001, through Dec. 31, 2004, for operations of police and fire departments.

XFor the income tax 4,843

YAgainst the income tax3,509

NEWTON FALLS

(Proposed charter amendments)

Eliminate term limitations for mayor.

YYes411

XNo730Mayor forfeits office if he/she ceases to possess any qualifications for the post or moves out of the city.

XYes934

YNo193Eliminate term limitations for council members.

YYes386

XNo746Council members must be residents of city in wards they represent.

XYes930YNo193Seventy-two hours' notice of special emergency meetings and specify the purpose of the meeting.

XYes771YNo319Removal of city manager from Article 111, Section 11, because it appears in another section.XYes513

YNo430City clerk is not the keeper of all public records because each department is responsible for their own records.

XYes653

YNo 365Article 111, Section 15, be changed to remove the requirement of a line-item budget passed by ordinance.XYes695

YNo325Requires city manager to move into the city or within a 5-mile radius within one year after being appointed.

XYes677

YNo394City manager can meet with council and village boards and commissions, participate in discussions but not vote, except where otherwise set forth in charter.

XYes747YNo313City council appoints a person to perform the duties of city manager during the city manager's temporary absence or disability.

XYes738YNo327Department heads are law director, finance director, police chief and the designated heads of any other department lawfully established.

XYes706YNo303Remove from classified service the fire chief, volunteer firefighters and members of the park and recreation board and add all employees of municipal court.

XYes557YNo466Change name of planning, zoning and housing commission to city planning commission and require the five members members to be electors.

XYes802YNo271Park and recreation board be made up of two members of council, the mayor and two electors named by the city manager with approval of council.

XYes710YNo344Treasury investment board be required to hold quarterly meetings and file a written report to council.

XYes829YNo187Commissions and boards required to submit written annual reports to clerk by Jan. 31.XYes757YNo267Members of boards and commissions can be removed without cause by a majority vote of council.

YYes499XNo524Contracts and purchases by council to authorize a purchase involving expenditures in excess of the limits set by state law and without bids if council determines it is an emergency.

XYes628

YNo384




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