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
With just four days until the Troy Public Library is scheduled to close, the city is preparing for a special election that could save it.
Many local elections in the metro Detroit area Tuesday, where voters were deciding whether to approve millage increases.
The Troy Public Library has been given a reprieve and will not be closing on May 1st after all.
Voters go in different directions in millage elections in Oak Park and Romulus. Elsewhere, chalk up a win for one school district but a loss for another.
As home values continue to fall, some metro Detroit communities are looking to Tuesday’s elections to help them out by approving higher taxes.
The future of the Troy Library is in danger after residents turned down a series of millage proposals to keep the doors open.
It could have been worse, but still cuts are on the horizon for the SMART transit system, despite of a millage renewal passed Tuesday.
Did Michigan commuters make a SMART decision? Voters, Tuesday, easily approved the millage for the SMART bus system, only transit system serving much of Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb counties.