UPDATE: City, Library Millage Proposals Pass; Civil Service Does Not
With unofficial results in, two proposals have passed, and Roxanne McDonald has unseated Mary Petlichkoff on Dearborn Board of Education in the Nov. 8 election.
The results are rolling in for Election Day in Dearborn. Stay with us all evening for live updates on the outcome.
Proposal 1: Operating Millage (With 48 of 48 precincts counted)
Shall Section 13.2 of the Dearborn City Charter be amended to temporarily allow the City to levy an additional ad valorem tax up to $3.50 per $1,000 in taxable value (3.5 mills) which will raise approximately $12,250,000 in the first year it is levied, for no more than five years?
Proposal 2: Library Millage (With 48 of 48 precincts counted)
Shall the City of Dearborn in accordance with state law MCL 397.201 levy an additional ad valorem tax in an amount not to exceed $1 per $1,000 in taxable value which equals 1 mill, or approximately $3,500,00 in the first year it is levied, for no more than 10 years dedicated to fund the ongoing operational and capital costs of a library system?
Proposal 3: Elimination of the Civil Service System (With 48 of 48 precincts counted)
Shall the Dearborn City Charter be amended to eliminate the Civil Service System by repealing Chapter 11?
Dearborn Board of Education
(With 48 of 48 precincts counted)
Two of four candidates will be elected.