Township voters reject road millage

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By Katie Krall
The Williamston Post

Williamstown Township voters denied a millage proposal for secondary road preservation, reconstruction and maintenance in the Nov. 4 election. Those opposed totaled 54.2 percent.

The proposal would have increased taxes by as much as 1.5 mills. This translates to $1.50 per $1,000 of a home’s taxable value. The increase would have lasted for 10 years. If the millage was levied the full 1.5 mills, the township would have collected an estimated $328,342 in 2014.

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