HUDSONVILLE (WHTC) - Hudsonville voters go to the polls Tuesday to consider whether to increase their taxes to pay for joining the Rapid transit service. The city is seeking approval of 0.6-mill levy that would pay for the city to enter into a contract with the Rapid to provide 39 hours of service to city residents. Two 14-passenger buses would serve the city, one providing door-to-door service, the other providing a fixed route that includes three stops in Hudsonville and then one at the Grandville Library, where users can then connected to rest of the Rapid system.
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