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Elections today in MI on school district funding

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Posted at 5:39 AM, May 03, 2016
and last updated 2016-05-03 20:10:55-04

There are a number of elections being held today in Michigan for local school districts. ]

Warren Consolidated Schools is asking for the largest sum of any district in Macomb County, more than $134 million.

The money will be used for a number of important upgrades including technology, athletic fields and playground equipment.

Dearborn Heights School District No. 7 is looking for the renewal of a building-- and a site-sinking fund for 10 years.

Romeo Community Schools wants to get an $86-million approval for a bond proposal that would demolish the middle school and eventually move those students into the high school.

The high school would then be relocated to the Romeo Engineering and Technology Center. 

Part of that $86-million would also go toward upgrading a number of athletic facilities.

Local list of school elections: 

Wayne County
Clarenceville Schools
Crestwood School District
Dearborn Heights School District No. 7
Grosse Ile Township Schools
Hamtramck Public Schools
Inkster City
Monroe ISD
Washtenaw ISD

Oakland County
Clarenceville Schools
Romeo Community Schools
Warren Consolidated Schools

Macomb County
Lake Shore Public Schools
Memphis Community Schools
Romeo Community Schools
Warren Consolidated Schools

Washtenaw County
Chelsea School District
Washtenaw ISD

Monroe County
Monroe ISD
Washtenaw ISD

Livingston County
Linden Community Schools
Washtenaw ISD

St Clair County
East China Schools
Fort Gratiot Township
Marysville Public Schools
Memphis Community Schools
Port Huron Area Schools
Port Huron City

Polls are open from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m.

MORE INFORMATION HERE.