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A '''Arthur Latham Park Levy Increase''' measure will be on the [[November 2, 2010 ballot measures in Michigan|November 2, 2010]] ballot in the township of Milington, which is in [[Tuscola County, Michigan ballot measures|Tuscola County]].
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A '''Arthur Latham Park Levy Increase''' measure was on the [[November 2, 2010 ballot measures in Michigan|November 2, 2010]] ballot in the township of Milington, which is in [[Tuscola County, Michigan ballot measures|Tuscola County]].
  
This measure seeks to increase the property taxes by $.50 per $1,000 of assessed property value for a further eight years in order to help pay for  maintenance and operational funds for the park district in the township.<ref>[http://www.tuscolacounty.org/elections/2010/11/TuscolaNov10-rev914.pdf ''Tuscola County Elections'', November Sample Ballots, pg.58]</ref>
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This measure was '''defeated'''
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* '''YES''' 663 (44.47%)
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* '''NO''' 828 (55.53%){{defeated}}<ref>[http://www.tuscolacounty.org/ticker/ticker/scroll.htm ''Tuscola County Elections'', Current Election Results]</ref>
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This measure sought to increase the property taxes by $.50 per $1,000 of assessed property value for a further eight years in order to help pay for  maintenance and operational funds for the park district in the township.<ref>[http://www.tuscolacounty.org/elections/2010/11/TuscolaNov10-rev914.pdf ''Tuscola County Elections'', November Sample Ballots, pg.58]</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 12:13, 15 November 2010

A Arthur Latham Park Levy Increase measure was on the November 2, 2010 ballot in the township of Milington, which is in Tuscola County.

This measure was defeated

  • YES 663 (44.47%)
  • NO 828 (55.53%)Defeatedd[1]

This measure sought to increase the property taxes by $.50 per $1,000 of assessed property value for a further eight years in order to help pay for maintenance and operational funds for the park district in the township.[2]

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