GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — West Michigan went to the polls Tuesday to vote on bond and millage proposals.
Voters approved a $10 million road improvement bond for Kalamazoo Township; 935-614.
In Kent County, voters OK’d a $33.9 million bond for Kelloggsville Public Schools; 334-126. The money will go toward upgrades throughout the district.
A road millage in Muskegon County failed; 9,169-4,495. The road commission director told 24 Hour News 8 Tuesday night that the county desperately needed this money to improve streets, and that it didn’t have a plan B.
A $2.7 million building and site sinking fund proposal for Tri County Area Schools passed by a slim margin of 555-535.
A millage for the White Lake Fire Authority in Muskegon County was voted down; 815-482.
A $53.5 million bond for Zeeland Public Schools passed 2,046 to 1,666. The funds will go toward building, technology and security upgrades.