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A '''Norton Shores City Public Safety Implementation''' measure will be on the [[February 22, 2011 ballot measures in Michigan|February 22, 2011]] ballot in the township of Egelston, which is in [[Muskegon County, Michigan ballot measures|Muskegon County]].
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A '''Norton Shores City Public Safety Implementation''' measure was on the [[February 22, 2011 ballot measures in Michigan|February 22, 2011]] ballot in the township of Egelston, which is in [[Muskegon County, Michigan ballot measures|Muskegon County]].
  
This measure seeks to amend the city charter so that a dedicated levy for public safety could be implemented in the city. The levy would be at a rate of 2 mills and would be in place for a period of 10 years.<ref>[http://co.muskegon.mi.us/clerk/elections/norton_shores_city.pdf ''Muskegon County Clerk'', Norton Shores Proposal]</ref>
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This measure was '''approved'''
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* '''YES''' 2,419 {{approved}}
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* '''NO''' 2,157 <ref>[http://co.muskegon.mi.us/election/localp.stm ''Muskegon County Clerk'', Current Election Results]</ref>
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This measure sought to amend the city charter so that a dedicated levy for public safety could be implemented in the city. The levy will be at a rate of 2 mills and will be in place for a period of 10 years.<ref>[http://co.muskegon.mi.us/clerk/elections/norton_shores_city.pdf ''Muskegon County Clerk'', Norton Shores Proposal]</ref>
  
 
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Revision as of 12:44, 23 February 2011

A Norton Shores City Public Safety Implementation measure was on the February 22, 2011 ballot in the township of Egelston, which is in Muskegon County.

This measure was approved

  • YES 2,419 Approveda
  • NO 2,157 [1]

This measure sought to amend the city charter so that a dedicated levy for public safety could be implemented in the city. The levy will be at a rate of 2 mills and will be in place for a period of 10 years.[2]

References