(COLDWATER) – Voters in the Coldwater School District will be presented with a renewal of a sinking fund millage this fall.
Coldwater Superintendent Terry Boguth says the Board of Education approved the ballot language during their meeting Monday night. Boguth says because of a change to Michigan law, even though this millage would replace the current millage of .9740 mills when it expires in December 2020, it has to be called a new millage.
Coldwater Schools have had a sinking fund millage in place for 20 years.
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