When an actual library closing date was announced, many residents who had somehow been oblivious started to voice their disapproval, leading to a third millage
vote being scheduled for August 2011, which, if passed, would put the library back under the city domain.
placed a call to the FBI to see if anything could be done, but no one from the agency followed up.
Luring urban visitors to bucolic settings is nothing new to Millage
, who recalls autumn pony rides and hay mazes growing up in Siskiyou County, California.
After Ridnour scored, ASU's Curtis Millage
tried a desperation shot from about 60 feet, but it didn't come close as time expired.
The success of the millage
campaign can be attributed largely to good planning and organization.
More than haft the districts seeking millage
increases, ninety-three percent (93%, 82 of 88) responded that the millage
proposal increase had passed.
We did not, however, lose our millage
requests because of the controversy surrounding the project.
8% of spending, representing significant cushion available to carry the district through until the next new millage
request in 2013 or 2014.
Tecumseh city officials rejected the plan earlier this month, citing concerns over a possible countywide millage
is expected to raise $860,427 in the first year, if sanctioned and levied in its entirety.
Those in attendance included: Front-Line Real Estate's Russ McClellan, Tom Brascher, Marsha Brascher, Ottie Asher; Windermere's Keith Wells, Tony Macmillin, Joe Collins, Josh Collins, Christa Millage
, Kari Kollmeyer, Morgan Picton, Kara Schell, Mary Flood, Vicki McKinney; ReMax's Diane Leigh, Mary Signorelli; Coldwell Banker/Lake Chelan Properties' Kathy Jo Porter, Gail Manahan; Chelan Realty's Ben Higgins; Century 21 Trophy's Rikki Grow, Wendy Ediger, Nanno van Eysinga; NCW Association of Realtors' Christi Maroney, Jerry Paine (Windermere); North Meridian Title & Escrow's Shari Harmon, Clarissa Steiner, Teddie Shales, Carol Ortloff; Pioneer Title's Steve Ellis, Deborah Foltz; and First American Title's Megan Benson, Hannah Lewis.
Although there are $85 million to $90 million worth of improvements that could be done throughout campus, college officials recently drew $10 million from bond millage
funds, MCC Chief Financial Officer Larry Gawthrop told The Flint Journal (http://bit.