UNION CITY – Residents of the Union City School District approved both millage requests in Tuesday's election.
Voters approved a renewal of the District's operation millage by a vote of 596 YES votes to 199 NO votes. This request was asking for a renewal of the current operating millage rate of 17.7 mills for a ten year period, from 2022 to 2031. In addition, voters also approved a renewal of the sinking fund millage request, 556 YES votes to 241 NO votes.
The sinking fund millage is for three mills over ten years from 2022 to 2031. Some of the projects that are being looked with the approval of the sinking fund is replacing the Union City Middle School boiler, resurfacing the parking lots at Union City High School and replacing the bleachers currently at Alumni Field.
The original sinking fund millage was set to expire at the end of 2021. It was for 3.5 mills and was approved in 2015.
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