HOLLAND, MI (WHTC) - Some voters along the Lakeshore will be asked to go to the polls two weeks from tomorrow.
Millage renewals will be decided upon in a number of areas, with three school districts asking for new levies. One is West Ottawa, where Superintendent Tom Martin and and Assistant Superintendent Kent Henson, among other leaders, are not meeting with great voter resistance thus far to a 89 million-dollar bond proposal for technology upgrades and infrastructure renovations that would result in a net zero mill increase in property taxes. In this video of the district's weekly segment on "WHTC in the Morning" today, they discussed what the money would go towards with host Dan Spadafora.
Grand Haven and Spring Lake schools also have similar bond proposals for improvements on their district ballots.