Residents in northwest Ohio will likely see a renewal levy on the ballot in November for the Four County Board of Alcohol, Drug Addiction, and mental health services. The Adams board took the action at their meeting Thursday, and have asked the Defiance County auditor to certify the district’s valuation, and amount of revenue that would be generated through a renewal levy. The current millage generates 1.7 million dollars each year.
The Four County Adams Board elected Dan Koch (cook) to serve as president for the new fiscal year, with Cindy Rose selected as vice chair. And CEO Les McCaslin informed the board that he would be retiring at the end of the year. McCaslin joined the Adams Board staff as associated director in February 1995. The personnel committee of the board will begin the search process next month.