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Information about the August 4, 2020 Library Millage Proposition

What is the proposal on the ballot on August 4, 2020?
This millage, for a total of 0.7 mills, replaces a 0.3675 mills levy that expired at the end of 2019 and asks for a modest increase of 0.3325 for a period of 10 years.  It is expected that this millage, if approved, would raise approximately $699,000 in the first year of the millage. 

Why is the Library asking for this millage?
To continue providing quality library services to the entire community, including:

  • Expanded hours of operation
  • Additional programming for all ages
  • Additional material in a variety of formats (including more e-content)
  • Up-to-date technology

To make necessary repairs and improvements to the nearly 20 year old library facility, without reducing services:

  • Painting
  • Carpet replacement
  • Furniture repair and replacement
  • Parking lot repairs
  • Carpet Replacement

What will the millage cost homeowners in 2021?
Due to the Library/Police bond expiring, the cost of the millage in 2021 would be less than in 2020. An example: For a home with a taxable value of $100,000, the current millages and library portion of the bond would cost about $161 annually. With approval of this millage and expiration of the bond, the cost would be approximately $144 annually.  

 If you have questions about the millage proposal, please contact Library Director, Tina Hatch (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) or 248-684-0845 x.101.  



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