It looks like voters in Norton will see a fire levy on the ballot in March after all.
Norton officials planned on the 4.6-mill levy all along, but the Summit County Board of Elections put a snag in the plan by ruling that Norton used incorrect ballot language derived from the Ohio Revised Code.
It turns out the the board of elections was referring to an outdated version of a particular section. Norton had it right the whole time.
The elections board voted today to approve the proposed ballot.
Fire services in Norton are being reduced after voter reaction of a levy on the general election ballot in November.