Voters in Delhi Township rejected a bond that would have been used to build a sludge dryer. The dried human waste is produced would have been sold to Michigan State University and anyone else who wanted to buy it for power generation. 59% of voters opposed the $5.1 million bond.
The Waverly School District's millage renewal passed with _ percent of the vote. That means homeowners will continue to pay a maximum of 9.3 mills on their primary residence. Other property owners will pay a max of 18 mills.
Here are the full results from Tuesday's elections:
Delhi Sludge Dryer Bond
Waverly Schools Millage Renewal
Charlotte Schools Millage
Concord Schools Bond #1
Concord Schools Bond #2
Springport Schools Millage