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U.S. Rep. Sander Levin addressed an audience of constituents, business leaders and elected officials Wednesday in Macomb Township.
With arts authorities now established in Macomb, Oakland and Wayne counties, the question of a .2 mill property tax to support the DIA is guaranteed to appear on the Aug. 7 ballot.
The voters of New Baltimore, Chesterfield and Lenox Townships were in favor of the Aquatic Center millage increase May 8.
Find out polling times, precinct locations and more on New Baltimore-Chesterfield Patch's topic page about the Anchor Bay Aquatic Center millage.
Find out the voting precinct locations in New Baltimore and Chesterfield Township.
May 8 special election allows voters to decide on three-year, half-mill tax to keep Anchor Bay Aquatic Center afloat.
Three polling dates in six months raise question of whether there's a better way.
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