Grand Haven votes in favor of perpetual millage

Grand Haven City Clerk Linda Browand writes in results on Tuesday at City Hall. With each precinct reported, the number of "yes" votes for the infrastructure millage increased until it was more than double the votes against the proposition.

Voters in the city of Grand Haven decided to take a different approach in paying for future city infrastructure.

City residents voted Tuesday in favor of the pay-as-you-go structure of the “Forever Grand Haven” millage. The millage passed in the polls with 1,791 “yes” votes against 801 “no” votes.

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