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Three '''School District Non Residential Property Levy''' measures will be on the [[November 2, 2010 ballot measures in Michigan|November 2, 2010]] ballot in the school districts of Almont, Lake Shore, Romeo and South Lake which are in [[Macomb County, Michigan ballot measures|Macomb County]].
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Four '''School District Non Residential Property Levy''' measures were on the [[November 2, 2010 ballot measures in Michigan|November 2, 2010]] ballot in the school districts of Almont, Lake Shore, Romeo and South Lake which are in [[Macomb County, Michigan ballot measures|Macomb County]].
  
These measures seeks to all the three school district to levy up to 18 mills on non residential property for the purpose of additional funds for general school operational costs.<ref>[http://www.macombcountymi.gov/clerksoffice/pdf/elec-2010-Nov-Proposals.pdf ''Macomb County Elections'', County Proposal List, pg.10, 12-13, 15]</ref>
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Three of the four measures were '''approved''', only South Lake failed to pass this levy.<ref>[http://74.208.45.94/m6/results.html ''Macomb County Elections'', Current Election Results]</ref>
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These measures sought to ask residents in the four school district areas to levy up to 18 mills on non residential property for the purpose of additional funds for general school operational costs.<ref>[http://www.macombcountymi.gov/clerksoffice/pdf/elec-2010-Nov-Proposals.pdf ''Macomb County Elections'', County Proposal List, pg.10, 12-13, 15]</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 10:51, 12 November 2010

Four School District Non Residential Property Levy measures were on the November 2, 2010 ballot in the school districts of Almont, Lake Shore, Romeo and South Lake which are in Macomb County.

Three of the four measures were approved, only South Lake failed to pass this levy.[1]

These measures sought to ask residents in the four school district areas to levy up to 18 mills on non residential property for the purpose of additional funds for general school operational costs.[2]

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