LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) – A hefty dollop of dough is coming to the Lansing School District following Tuesday’s election.
More than 12,000 people were able to cast their votes, with 79%, or 8,960 voting in favor of the millage.
Around 29%, or 3,639 votes were not in favor of the bond.
Approximately, $129,700,000 will be going towards a variety of projects, including four new school buildings, HVAC system upgrades across the district and a facility upgrade for J.W. Sexton High School.
To read the original millage proposal, click here.