Are Detroiters willing to pay more for additional police protection?
A majority of City Council members appear to be ready to reject the Board of Police Commission’s request to put a 9-mill tax increase before the voters.
Local issues brought voters to the booth in many communities around Michigan on Tuesday.
City Manager Mark Pollack says they’ve already done all they can to make up for declining property values, including 10-percent wage cuts from every city employee.
Aside from the main course of Romney-Santorum, several metro area communities also have millage issues before voters on this primary day.
In Farmington Hills, residents are voting on a 1.7 mill increase for police and fire that would pump about 5 million dollars a year into their budget.
A week before voters go to the polls on a pair of millage questions in Allen Park, pink slips are flying at city hall.
How did election day turn out? Voters went to the polls Tuesday across Metro Detroit to weigh in on the issues.
Troy voters have used the ballot box to write a new chapter for the city’s public library.
With just three days until the Troy Public Library is scheduled to close, Troy residents are voting on a millage that could save it