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To the Editor:
About three weeks ago there was a general election. There are signs erected at entrances to Carroll County stating Carroll County’s largest employers are the people involved in agriculture.

So I ask the following questions: Why was the Extension levy voted down? Why did it pass in the Carrollton precincts and get voted down in the townships?

It’s just like the school levies; it must be a disease that causes it.

Ralph Lloyd
Carrollton, OH

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