Cambridge residents will be getting improved streets as voters passed a tax for street improvements by 1,110 to 982.
As for schools in Guernsey County, voters in the Rolling Hills School district passed a 7.92 mil levy with a final vote of 1,328 to 1,004.
Voters in the Cambridge City School district passed their 8.14 mil levy with a final vote of 1,790 to 1,423.
However, it was bad news for the East Guernsey Local School district as voters there shot down the levy with a final vote of 755 to 610.
Guernsey County voters also shot down the Mental Health Levy with a final vote of 4,385 to 2,884.
As for other issues facing Guernsey County, voters passed the fire protection levy, the Lore City 3.25 mil levy, the Old Washington 1 mil levy, the option to sell beer and wine during the week and on sunday at BP gas in Cambridge and the option to sell beer on Sunday at K-Mart.
Issues that did not pass were a pool construction tax in Byesville and the option to sell beer and wine during the week and on Sunday at Warren's Corner in Westland Twp.