Cultice says he’ll run for re-election
Miami County Commissioner Richard Cultice announced Thursday that he will seek re-election to the commission in 2016.
Cultice, a Republican, has been on the commission since May 2011. A Troy resident, Cultice previously worked for Hobart Brothers Co. in various financial positions including treasurer. He was a member of the Troy City Council before serving as city auditor.
Cultice said in his announcement that the commission has made many improvements to facilities and system during the past few years while maintaining the county’s financial strength.
A Miami County native, Cultice lives in Troy. NANCY BOWMAN, CONTRIBUTING WRITER
School board takes first step toward levy
The Troy City Schools Board of Education took the first step needed to place a renewal levy on the March primary ballot during its Nov. 16 meeting.
The board approved asking the Miami County Auditor’s Office to certify the amount the 5.8-mill, five-year levy would generate. The second step of asking the county Board of Elections to place the request on the ballot will be taken by the board in December before the mid-month filing deadline.
“It is very important that we get the word out that this is a renewal levy,” said board President Doug Trostle. With voter approval several years ago of a district income tax, the board has not had to ask voters to approve additional millage, he said, adding, “We are asking to maintain what we have.” NANCY BOWMAN, CONTRIBUTING WRITER
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