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Three '''Township Road Levy Renewal''' measures will be on the [[August 3, 2010 ballot measures in Michigan|August 3, 2010]] ballot in the townships of Elmwood, Kingston and Wells which are in [[Tuscola County, Michigan ballot measures|Tuscola County]].
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Three '''Township Road Levy Renewal''' measures were on the [[August 3, 2010 ballot measures in Michigan|August 3, 2010]] ballot in the townships of Elmwood, Kingston and Wells which are in [[Tuscola County, Michigan ballot measures|Tuscola County]].
  
Th Elmwood township measure seeks to renew the current road levy of $1.50 per $1,000 of assessed property for a further nine years in order to pay for the maintenance of roads in the township.
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All three measures were '''approved'''
  
The Kingston township measure seeks to renew the current road levy of $2 per $1,000 of assessed property for a further three years in order to pay for the maintenance of roads in the township.
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Th Elmwood township measure sought to renew the current road levy of $1.50 per $1,000 of assessed property for a further nine years in order to pay for the maintenance of roads in the township.
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* '''YES''' 92 (65.25%) {{approved}}
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* '''NO''' 49 (34.75%)
  
The Wells township measure seeks to increase the current road levy of $2 per $1,000 of assessed property for a further eight years in order to pay for the maintenance construction and repair of the roads in the township. <ref>[http://www.tuscolacounty.org/elections/2010/08/TuscolaCoAug2010-rev608.pdf ''Tuscola County Elections'', August Sample Ballot, pg. 24, 36, 54]</ref>
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The Kingston township measure sought to renew the current road levy of $2 per $1,000 of assessed property for a further three years in order to pay for the maintenance of roads in the township.
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* '''YES''' 149 (68.66%) {{approved}}
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* '''NO''' 68 (31.34%)
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The Wells township measure sought to increase the current road levy of $2 per $1,000 of assessed property for a further eight years in order to pay for the maintenance construction and repair of the roads in the township. <ref>[http://www.tuscolacounty.org/elections/2010/08/TuscolaCoAug2010-rev608.pdf ''Tuscola County Elections'', August Sample Ballot, pg. 24, 36, 54]</ref>
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* '''YES''' 138 (57.74%) {{approved}}
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* '''NO''' 101 (42.26%)<ref>[http://www.tuscolacounty.org/elections/2010/08/index_dtl.htm? ''Tuscola County Election Results'', August 3 Primary Results Summary]</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 14:39, 13 August 2010

Three Township Road Levy Renewal measures were on the August 3, 2010 ballot in the townships of Elmwood, Kingston and Wells which are in Tuscola County.

All three measures were approved

Th Elmwood township measure sought to renew the current road levy of $1.50 per $1,000 of assessed property for a further nine years in order to pay for the maintenance of roads in the township.

  • YES 92 (65.25%) Approveda
  • NO 49 (34.75%)

The Kingston township measure sought to renew the current road levy of $2 per $1,000 of assessed property for a further three years in order to pay for the maintenance of roads in the township.

  • YES 149 (68.66%) Approveda
  • NO 68 (31.34%)

The Wells township measure sought to increase the current road levy of $2 per $1,000 of assessed property for a further eight years in order to pay for the maintenance construction and repair of the roads in the township. [1]

  • YES 138 (57.74%) Approveda
  • NO 101 (42.26%)[2]

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