In-person voting open; two local issues on ballot

The May 3 Primary Election will decide the statewide, county, U.S. Congressional and judicial candidates who will advance to the Nov. 8 General Election. Voters will also decide on candidates for Democratic County Central Committee members. 

Ohio State House, State Senate and State Central Committee contests will not be on the ballot. There will be a Primary Election for Ohio State House, State Senate and State Central Committee members on a date that has yet to be announced.

The Cuyahoga Board of Elections is encouraging voters to take advantage early in-person voting at the Board of Elections, 2925 Euclid Ave. Voting hours can be found at

Local zoning issues

Voters in the city of Brecksville will have their say on two zoning amendments at the polls as well.

The first involves the property located at 10909 Chippewa Rd., which the city is looking to change from the R-20 Single Family District to the O-B Office Building District.

The second issue concerns the property at 8997 Highland Dr., which is the site of the former Brecksville Center For the Arts. The city is looking to rezone the property from the R-8 Single Family District to C-F Community Facilities District.

Both amendments require a 55% affirmative vote is necessary for passage. ∞