Disabilities board is going to the voters

The Clermont County Developmental Disabilities board is asking voters to approve a .9 mill replacement levy when they go to the polls on Tuesday, May 4.

According to Sharon Woodrow, superintendent of CCDD, the levy was first passed in 1982.

“We have lost some state money and tax on business property is being phased out,” said Woodrow. “We are doing more for more people than we’ve ever done but getting less funding to do the work.”