Ann Arbor Area Community News
County Workshops Follows Up February Millage Failure
What: Ann Arbor City Workshop on Public Safety
Tuesday evening the County Board of Commissioners will host the first in a series of public forums and workshops to gather input on strategies to follow up the failure of a February millage proposal aimed at expanding public safety services. There are a lot of critical questions to answer in this process . .
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Tuesday’s workshop will outline the mandated public safety services that the county must provide, describe the initial draft proposal and funding mechanisms put forth by the County administration, and give residents an opportunity to discuss and prioritize their public safety interests and concerns. The Board of Commissioners currently plans to collect public input through the month of May and make a determination at their first June meeting.
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Read Up on the Issue at these links below:
COUNTY DRAFT PROPOSAL DOCUMENTS
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