Royal Oak Tribune : 2020-11-05

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NEWS | | 3 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2020 THE OAKLAND PRESS+ROYAL OAK TRIBUNE B 2020 Election Section 9.2 of the Wixom City Charter of up to 3.5 mills ($ 3.50 per $1,000 of taxable value) be renewed for an additional four years, commencing July 1, 2021, and effective through and including July 1, 2024, to provide funds for municipal operating purposes including police and fire, public works, and parks & recreation?” YES NO 100% precincts (Oakland County only) 4-year term; vote for 3 Joseph Patrick Corriveau Robert Sochacki Nicholas A. Vlisides Unassigned Write-in 1,042 930 879 13 5,889 1,446 OAKLAND TOWNSHIP 100% precincts SALEM / SOUTH LYON DISTRICT Fire and EMS operating millage renewal 100% precincts Shall the township continue the previously authorized levy of .9975 mills ($. 9399 per $1000 of taxable value) for a period of 8 years beginning December 2021 and expiring December 2028 for purposes of providing fire protection services, including the operation and maintenanc­e of the Oakland Township Fire Department and purchase of equipment and buildings to serve the Charter Township of Oakland. If approved, the proposal would collect approximat­ely $1,429,865 in 2021. YES NO Library Board 4-year term; vote for 3 Pat Peruski Denise Stacer Unassigned Write-in 3,029 3,054 155 Library Board - Term ending 12/31/2022; vote for 1 Linda Hamilton Unassigned Write-in 9,978 2,246 3,476 25 Historic district operating millage renewal PROPOSALS Shall the township renew a levy of up to 0.1096 (11 cents per $1,000 of taxable value) for ten years, starting December 2022, to fund historic preservati­on, education, restoratio­n, acquisitio­n, and maintenanc­e within the township, including developmen­t and maintenanc­e of the Cranberry Lake Farm Historic District. This proposal would collect up to $176,888.10 in 2022. MICHIGAN 100% precincts Proposal 20-1 A proposed constituti­onal amendment to allow money from oil and gas mining on state- owned lands to continue to be collected in state funds for land protection and creation and maintenanc­e of parks, nature areas, , and public recreation facilities; and to describe how money in those state funds can be spent. YES 592,085 NO 104,068 YES NO 8,127 4,014 OXFORD TOWNSHIP 100% precincts Fire, EMS and Advanced Life Support services operating millage Proposal 20-2 A proposed constituti­onal amendment to require a search warrant in order to access a person’s electronic data or electronic communicat­ions. YES NO Shall new additional millage of 4.5 mills ($ 4.50 per $1,000 taxable value) be approved for four years, from December 2020 through December 2023, to fund operations and capital expenses for fire protection, to replace a previously millage for emergency medical services (EMS) and advanced life support (ALS) services? If approved, the levy would generate $ 4,276,620 disbursed to the Village of Oxford Downtown Developmen­t Authority. YES NO 647,040 67,058 OAKLAND COUNTY 100% precincts 8,230 4,553 Recreation millage Millage to improve, operate, and maintain parks, open space areas, trails, and recreation activities. Shall the current millage, which has been reduced by required rollback, be replaced and increased to .35 mills for 10 years (35 cents per $1,000 of taxable value) from 2020 to 2029? If approved, millage will generate approximat­ely $ 22,026,860 in 2020. YES NO BEVERLY HILLS VILLAGE 100% precincts Charter amendment Proposal 1 Shall Section 9.1 of the charter be amended to levy and collect taxes for municipal purposes? The tax levy shall not exceed 12.9184 mills for a period of 10 years, from 2021 to 2031, specifical­ly dedicated to the operation of the Village: 9.9 mills for public safety/police/fire operations; 1.88 mills for general administra­tive purposes; 0.8184 mills for Baldwin Public Library services; 0.32 mills for capital park improvemen­ts/replacemen­ts. In 2021, it is estimated the public safety/police/fire millage will raise $ 6,288,904; the general administra­tive millage will raise approximat­ely $1,194,238; the library services millage will raise approximat­ely $ 519,874; and park millage will raise approximat­ely $ 203,274. Upon expiration in June 30, 2031, the maximum millage rate will revert to 11.00 mills for municipal purposes. YES NO 542,743 168,029 BIRMINGHAM 100% precincts Parks and Recreation Bond Proposal Shall the City of Birmingham borrow $11,250,000 and issue unlimited tax general obligation bonds in one or more series, payable over a period not to exceed 21 years to be used to acquire, construct, furnish, equip and renovate parks and recreation improvemen­ts, including parks, playground­s and trail systems and renovation­s to the Birmingham Sports Ice Arena? The estimated millage to be levied in 2021 is 0.0485 mills ($ 0.05 per $1,000 of taxable value) and estimated simple average annual millage rate required to retire the bonds is 0.2064 mills ($ 0.21 per $1,000 of taxable value). 4,928 2,197 FRANKLIN VILLAGE 100% precincts Police, general fund millage renewal YES NO 9,538 4,048 Shall the current special millage rate of 0.3802 mill ($ 0.3802 on each $1000 of taxable value) for police services and general fund stabilizat­ion be renewed for 10 years, 2021 through 2030? The current millage expired with the July 2020 tax levy. If approved, the millage will raise approximat­ely $144,650 in the first year. YES 1,809 NO 425 LATHRUP VILLAGE 100% precincts Street improvemen­ts bond proposal Shall the City of Lathrup Village borrow $ 5,845,000 and issue unlimited tax general obligation bonds, payable in 10 years, to pay for street improvemen­ts including paving, repaving, resurfacin­g, reconstruc­ting and improving streets? If approved, the estimated millage to be levied in 2021 is 3.9307 mills ($ 3.93 per $1,000 of taxable value) and the estimated simple average annual millage rate required to retire the bonds is 3.9176 mills ($ 3.92 per $1,000 of taxable value). YES NO HOLLY VILLAGE 100% precincts Charter amendment Shall section 3.4 of the Village Charter be amended to increase annual compensati­on for the president to $ 2,500 and council members to $ 2,000 beginning November, 2022, when each current term has expired. Until November 2022, each council member shall receive $900 per year. YES NO 1,779 1,151 SOUTH LYON 1,236 1,617 100% precincts LAKE ORION VILLAGE Charter amendment proposal Shall Section 4.5 of the South Lyon City Charter be amended to change the number of city council members required to constitute a quorum from three to a majority of the seven-member city council, making this section consistent with the existing Section 13.4 of the City Charter which provides that a majority of the number of members of the city council shall constitute a quorum? YES NO 100% precincts Legallize marijuana facilities Shall the village enact an ordinance to regulate the sale of marihuana; to allow certain medical marihuana facilities and recreation­al marihuana establishm­ents to operate pursuant to the Medical Marihuana Facilities Licensing Act and Michigan Regulation and Taxation of Marihuana Act; to provide for standards and procedures to permit and regulate such facilities; to provide for the imposition of permit applicatio­n fees; to provide penalties; and to impose conditions for the operation of such facilities? YES 1,122 NO 597 5,574 673 SOUTHFIELD Charter amendment proposal 100% precincts HOLLY AREA SCHOOL DISTRICT Shall Chapters III and XI of the City Charter be amended to reinstate Primary Elections as provided for prior to 2015? YES NO 100% precincts 26,203 9,882 Operating millage proposal “Shall the current millage rate limitation be renewed by 17.9047 mills ($17.9047 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of 10 years, 2023 to 2032, and be increased by 0.5 mill ($ 0.50 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation) for a period of 12 years, 2021 to 2032, to provide funds for operating purposes; the estimate of the revenue the school district will collect if approved and 0.0953 mill of the additional 0.5 mill is levied in 2021 is approximat­ely $ 4,323,146 (this is a renewal of millage that will expire with the 2022 tax levy and the addition of millage to restore millage lost as a result of a reduction required by the “Headlee” amendment to the Michigan Constituti­on of 1963, which will only be levied to the extent necessary to restore that reduction)?” YES NO SYLVAN LAKE 100% precincts Charter amendment Proposal 1 Shall the Charter be amended to add a new Section 13.5(c), establishi­ng a single new additional millage of 3.0 mills for infrastruc­ture maintenanc­e and improvemen­ts for the City’s water, sanitary sewer, storm sewer and street (including roads and sidewalks) systems, commencing July 1, 2023 and effective through and including July 1, 2037. It is estimated that if levied, 3.0 mills would raise approximat­ely $ 315,000 when first levied in 2023. The City’s other Charter authority to levy taxes would be unaffected. YES NO 8,834 6,426 892 316 ROYAL OAK SCHOOLS TROY 100% precincts 100% precincts Operating millage proposal Library funding “Shall the limitation on the amount of taxes be increased to 19.25 mills ($19.25 per $1,000 of taxable value), with 18 mills being the maximum allowable levy ($18.00 per $1,000 of taxable value), to the extend such property is not statutoril­y exempt, and of which not more than 3.4 mills may be imposed on principal residences, for 10 years, the years 2021 to 2030, to provide funds for operating expenses of the school district? This millage would raise approximat­ely $18,588,941 in the first year of levy.” YES NO Should the city replace and increase the expiring .70 millage and levy up to 1.1 mills for 10 years ($1.10 on each $1000 of taxable value) to operate and maintain the library and making capital improvemen­ts to the library building? If approved, the millage would raise approximat­ely $ 5,787,978 in 2021. Revenue from the millage could only be used for library operations, maintenanc­e, and capital improvemen­ts. State law also requires disburseme­nt to the Troy Brownfield Redevelopm­ent Authority. YES 28,694 NO 16,068 23,158 12,495 WAYNE COUNTY WALLED LAKE 100% precincts 100% precincts Regional millage renewal proposal Charter amendment proposal Shall Section 4.7 of the Charter be amended to prohibit an individual from serving as city manager for more than 10 years in total, including any time accrued as city manager before the charter amendment takes effect? YES 2,472 NO 1,140 Shall the taxes imposed on taxable property in the Wayne County Regional Educationa­l Service Agency be increased by 2 mills ($ 2.00 per thousand dollars of taxable value) for a period of six years, 2022 to 2027, to provide operating funds for local school district operating purposes? It is estimated that 2 mills would raised approximat­ely $ 90.4 million when first levied in 2022. The revenue will be disbursed to public school academies within the boundaries of the Wayne County Regional Educationa­l Service Agency. WIXOM 100% precincts Operating millage renewal YES NO 4,434 2,891 “Shall previously approved operating millage in PRINTED AND DISTRIBUTE­D BY PRESSREADE­R PressReade­ +1 604 278 4604 ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY COPYRIGHT AND PROTECTED BY APPLICABLE LAW Unofficial Oakland County Nov. 3 presidenti­al election results NORTHVILLE DISTRICT LIBRARY BOARD #Michiganvo­te