Haslett Schools Hoping to Pass Sinking Fund Millage

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Haslett School leaders are hoping voters say yes to a proposed sinking fund millage that's on today's ballot. The district has big maintenance projects and upgrades planned, and the district needs voters to help pay for those projects. The project that would cost the most money is the performing arts center here at Haslett High School. the center is 30 years old, and the school wants to renovate it. The renovations would take about 3 years, and the superintendent says that it would allow the school to host even more community events. They are asking for 1.25 mills for 10 years. That means about $125 a year people who own a home worth $200,000. In addition to the improvements to the performing arts center, the school would also use the money for road repairs, playground improvements and other maintenance projects,

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