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Voters Decide Financial Future For Local Schools

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LANSING, Mich. (WLNS)- The results for local elections are in, and they show that many schools across Mid-Michigan will have more money for operations and improvements.

In Jackson County a millage proposal to raise nearly 2 million dollars passed for the Western School District. The proposal passed with 52% of voters saying yes and 48% voting no. 

A sinking fund tax levy was approved for Byron Area Schools in Shiawassee County. The tax levy is expected to raise around $550,000 over the next 2 years. It passed with 57% of voters saying yes, and 43% no.

In Hillsdale County, voters said yes to a millage renewal and sinking fund tax levy which is thought to bring in about $65,000 for the district.

In the Ionia County Intermediate School District it looks like voters struck down a 1 million dollar enhancement millage with 49% of voters saying yes and 51% saying no.

 

 

These results are according to each County Clerks office. We attached links below for easy convenience. 

 

Jackson County Clerk

Shiawassee County Clerk

Hillsdale County Clerk

Ionia County Clerk

 

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