From the Argus
Voters in portions of northern Livingston County will help decide the fate of a proposed Byron Area millage in a Tuesday special election.
School district voters in Cohoctah, Conway and Deerfield townships will cast ballots.
The district is seeking up to 3 mills over the next two years to create a sinking fund to finance repairs and construction on school buildings.
The millage translates to up to $150 a year for someone living in a home with a of $100,000.
The Livingston County clerk’s office reminds voters that their polling place for Tuesday’s election has been temporarily moved to Burns Township Hall, 10355 Bath Road.
This is the only election covering part of Livingston County. Most of the Byron School District is in Shiawassee County.