May 7 Election Day: Voters to Decide on School Proposals

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GRANDVILLE, Mich. – Many local school districts in West Michigan will be asking voters to approve proposals that they say would allow for improved facilities.

In Grandville, for example, the district is looking to improve security at many of their schools.  Specific information on potential upgrades, and what they would cost, is available to voters right here.

There are several other districts looking to make improvements as well.  Information on those are below:

Pennfield Schools Sinking Fund

Wyoming Public Schools Bond Proposal

Godfrey-Lee Public Schools Bond Information (PDF)

Kalamazoo Public Schools Bond Proposal

Mattawan Consolidated

The polls are open from 7:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.  Additional information on what you’ll be seeing on the ballot, as well as online results, can be found here.

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