Street Tax Fails In 110-110 Tie In Western Michigan Township


From the Related Press — A tax proposed to restore roads in a western Michigan township ended up in an election tie. In Ionia County’s North Plains Township, the millage end result was 110 in favor and 110 opposed Tuesday. There’s a risk that the ballots can be counted once more, however a tie means the tax was defeated. The tax would have offered round $28,000 a yr to keep up 40 miles
of gravel roads. Township Supervisor William Kruger says the cash would have helped in case of a “main street catastrophe.”

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