What will the ballot question say?


As provided in MCL 211.2015c, by petition from the tax allocation board, shall the separate tax limitations, first established in 1968, be renewed and established for a period of four (4) years, 2018 through 2021, inclusive, or until altered by the voters of the County, for the County of Lenawee, the Townships therein, and for the Lenawee Intermediate School District, the aggregate of which shall not exceed 7.05 mills, as follows:


County of Lenawee                                                            5.75

Townships                                                                             1.00

Lenawee Intermediate School District                        0.30

Total                                                                                        7.05

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1. What will the ballot question say?
2. What will the proposed impact be on my taxes?
3. What will Lenawee County do if the renewal passes?
4. What services will continue as a result of the renewal?
5. What County services are MANDATED and which are NON-MANDATED?
6. What does the 2018 Budget A and Budget B summary look like?
7. Why did the Lenawee County Board of Commissioners initiate discussion about the Tax Allocation Board?
8. What information did the Tax Allocation Board consider to determine the best course of action?
9. Was renewal of the previous tax limitation the only option that the allocation board considered?
10. What exactly did the Tax Allocation Board do?
11. What governmental bodies are effected by the tax limitation renewal?
12. What action has the Lenawee County Board of Commissioners taken?
13. The economy has been improving for several years now and the unemployment rate has dropped; why is the Lenawee County revenue stream so flat?
14. Why didn’t Lenawee County have a rainy day fund to get through the tough spots?
15. Why not cut expenses and reduce costs?