The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium will not ask voters to approve a new levy on the November ballot.
On Wednesday night, The zoo's Board of Directors voted not to pursue a new levy request in the upcoming November election.
Revenue from the current levy provides funding through 2015.
Franklin County voters turned down a request for a 1.25 mill levy for the zoo in May. It would have allowed the zoo to expand and open a downtown location.
"We heard the concerns of voters in May when the levy request did not pass. Before making another request, our plan is to reach out and listen to a diversity of groups and individuals in our community as our next steps," said Tom Stalf, Zoo President and CEO.
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