Calhoun voters passed an Emergency Services levy, which will support one ambulance with 24/7 coverage to the county, in addition to supporting the three fire departments and supplementing the salary for a deputy sheriff.

67% of the voters supported the levy with 710 voting for and 32% voting against with 347 votes.

The Prosecutor Salary supplement levy failed, 61% voting against with 642 votes, with 406 voting for the levy at 38%.

The Calhoun Commission will have to come up with supplemental funds for a full time prosecutor, likely making budget cuts for other areas.

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