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A '''Eastpointe City Headlee Override Measure''' will be on the [[August 3, 2010 ballot measures in Michigan|August 3, 2010]] ballot in the city of Eastpointe, which is in [[Macomb County, Michigan ballot measures|Macomb County]].
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A '''Eastpointe City Headlee Override Measure''' was on the [[August 3, 2010 ballot measures in Michigan|August 3, 2010]] ballot in the city of Eastpointe, which is in [[Macomb County, Michigan ballot measures|Macomb County]].
  
This measure seeks to increase the current levy rate in the city to $15 per $1,000 of assessed property to pay for general operations costs in the city. <ref>[http://www.macombcountymi.gov/clerksoffice/pdf/elec-2010-Aug-Proposals.pdf ''Macomb County Clerk's Office'', August 3 Ballot Proposals, pg.2]</ref>
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This measure was '''defeated'''
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* '''YES''' 1,289
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* '''NO''' 3,216 {{defeated}} <ref>[http://www.macombcountymi.gov/clerksoffice/pdf/elect-Aug-3-2010-unofficial-results.pdf ''Macomb County Clerk's Office'', August 3 Unofficial Results Summary]</ref>
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This measure sought to increase the current levy rate in the city to $15 per $1,000 of assessed property to pay for general operations costs in the city. <ref>[http://www.macombcountymi.gov/clerksoffice/pdf/elec-2010-Aug-Proposals.pdf ''Macomb County Clerk's Office'', August 3 Ballot Proposals, pg.2]</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 11:20, 7 August 2010

A Eastpointe City Headlee Override Measure was on the August 3, 2010 ballot in the city of Eastpointe, which is in Macomb County.

This measure was defeated

  • YES 1,289
  • NO 3,216 Defeatedd [1]

This measure sought to increase the current levy rate in the city to $15 per $1,000 of assessed property to pay for general operations costs in the city. [2]

References