Election day

Polling locations in the Spring Lake and Grand Haven school districts are open until 8 tonight.
Tribune Staff
May 6, 2014

Voters in the Grand Haven school district will decide on two bond proposals:

— Proposal 1 would fund technology and site improvements, roof replacements, and buses, in which the district would borrow up to $36 million to fund.

— Proposal 2 would fund athletic facilities, performing arts facilities and cafeterias, in which the district would borrow up to $9.69 million to fund. However, Prop 2 would only be implemented if Prop 1 is also approved, and the total new property tax levy would then be up to 4.17 mills.

Voters in the Spring Lake school district will also decide on two bond proposals today:

— Proposal 1 would include work on the elementary schools, in which the district would borrow up to $49.8 million to fund.

— Proposal 2 would include athletic facility improvements, in which the district would borrow up to $4.47 million to fund.

The Grand Haven district's non-exempt property operating millage is also on today's ballot for renewal.

Check grandhaventribune.com tonight after the polls close (at 8 p.m.) for live updates on the local elections.

Comments

Jason

I would just like to thank all those who volunteer their time to help out and the polling stations. You are appreciated!

Say no to new taxes

Sorry, posted my comment in the wrong article.

AtomicRooster

I swear the voters of the Tri City area have rocks for brains.

LessThanAmused

So, are we to infer from this remark that your cranium is full of rocks, or do you not think voting is a worthwhile activity?

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