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Learn More About Issue 22 and Why You Should Vote Yes

The Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities has a replacement levy on the November 8, 2011 ballot. Money raised by the levy will help maintain the basic services for children and adults in Franklin County who have developmental disabilities.

Programs at risk if Issue 22 doesn't pass include Adult and Child Behavioral Support, Dual Diagnosis Clinics, Early Intervention and Early Childhood Education Programs. Also at risk is supported living, and job and home-based training and transportation.

Many of the 16,000 children and adults served by The Franklin County Board of Developmental Disabilities have either physical or mental disabilities. The extra support helps children with developmental disabilities grow into self-reliant adults and enables adults to be productive, active members of the community. The current levy will expire in 2012 and if passed Issue 22 will replace it with the same amount of millage.


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