UNDATED (WOOD) — Elections are occurring in eight West Michigan counties Tuesday, and seven of the races are school millage requests.
One of the largest requests is a $9.3 million millage request in the Mendon Community Schools district in St. Joseph County. If approved, the money would be used to remodel the elementary school and the building that houses the middle school and high school. The district would also receive new technology and new busses. Click here for more information.
Two districts – the Ionia County Intermediate School District and the Muskegon Area Intermediate School District – are requesting regional enhancement millages to improve safety and technology. Click here for more information on the Ionia County ISD millage, and click here for more information on the millage request for MAISD.
In Allegan County’s Martin Public Schools and Montcalm County’s Central Montcalm Public Schools, operating millage renewals to cover the districts’ operating costs are being requested. For more on the Martin Public Schools millage, click here and get details on the Central Montcalm Public Schools millage here.
In Kalamazoo County’s Gull Lake Community Schools and in Mecosta County’s Morley Stanwood Schools, building and site sinking fund requests are on the ballot to help with building construction and repair. Click here for information on the Gull Lake Community Schools millage, and click here for more information on the Morley Stanwood Schools millage.
The only non-school related issue on the ballot Tuesday is in the village of Walkerville in Oceana County. There, the village is requesting the approval of a capital improvement bond to purchase property and equipment. Click here for details.
After the polls close at 8 p.m. and the votes are tallied, check out the results here.