Grand Haven Area Public Schools
Proposal 1: 3,396 yes, 1,593 no (13 of 13 precincts fully reported)
Proposal 2: 2,959 yes, 2,024 no (13 of 13 precincts fully reported)
Operating renewal: 3,600 yes, 910 no (12 of 13 precincts fully reported)
Spring Lake Public Schools
Proposal 1: 2,072 yes, 1,079 no
Proposal 2: 1,869 yes, 1,276 no
(5 of 5 precincts reported)
See Wednesday's Tribune for the stories on the local elections.
Elsewhere, voters in the West Ottawa school district approved a $89.9 million bond proposal, 3,183 to 1,546. They also renewed the operating millage proposal, 3,800 to 926.
Voters in the Holland and Hudsonville public school districts also OK'd operating millage renewals on Tuesday.
Voters in Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti and Ypsilanti Township have given their sound support to a public transit tax that is expected to raise nearly $4.4 million in annual funding. The vote in favor of the Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority's 0.7-mill transit tax in the three Washtenaw County communities was 13,949 to 5,783, with all precincts reporting.
Grand Rapids voters also approved a 15-year income tax to fund what's being called "vital streets." The tax wouldn't raise the current rates, but it would prevent an existing rate increase from expiring next year.
Meanwhile, voters in the Detroit suburb of Birmingham rejected a $21.5 million bond proposal to improve the Baldwin Public Library.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.