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NON-HOMESTEAD PROPERTY TAX RENEWAL PASSES




Tuesday's election saw voters in the Port Huron Area School District renewing a long-standing non-homestead millage which generates operating revenue for the district.  Port Huron City Clerk Sue Child says voter turnout was very low in the city and noted there were no election tabulating problems.  Voters passed the millage by a wide margin...by over a two-to one margin in the city alone.
Superintendent Ron Wollen says he's grateful that voters renewed the asking, which means over $11-million dollars for the schools.
 

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Locations : Huron City
People : Ron WollenSue Child
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