Voters turned down two measures on November 6th: a measure to repeal a 2 mill levy the city pays for Trinity Hospital Twin City and a 7.4 mill levy that would have generated $400,000 annually to help fund operations for the Uhrichsville Police Department.
Despite the outcome, Auditor Jody Dunlap says the city's funds continue to take a hit.
Dunlap says, at the moment, the future is not a favorable one.
Currently, Dunlap notes that the city is only meeting basic expenses.
Dunlap says unknown expenses could play a factor as well.
Except for a few sources, Dunlap says the city currently has no foreseeable big sources of income.
Dunlap says she believes the city could be in the red by the first of the year and adds that moving forward, officials will need to consider alternate sources of income for the city in the near future.