Voters in Delaware and Morrow counties were approved a levy for mental health services.
Now, the Delaware-Morrow Mental Health Recovery Services Board plans to continue monitoring how that money is being spent.
The five-year, 1-mill levy passed with 57 percent of voters approving it.
The levy will generate about $7.3 million annually and cost residents $29 per $100,000 of property valuation.
The board was criticized last year when its fund balance grew to $16 million, drawing the ire of Delaware County Auditor George Kaitsa, Read More
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