(UNDATED) – White Pigeon isn't the only school district in our area that has millage or bonding proposals on Tuesday's ballot.
The St. Joseph County Intermediate School District is asking all of the districts in the county along with Matteson and Sherwood Townships in Branch County and Mason, Newberg and Porter Townships in Cass County to approve the restoration of the Headlee Reduction for special education.
Specifically the proposal is asking for an increase of .2946 mills for a period of 20 years from 2014 to 2033, which would raise approximately $633,000 in 2014.
The Marcellus School District is asking for $12.8 million dollars over 18 years under their bonding proposal. If approved, the bond would raise money that would be used for erecting, furnishing and equipping additions to and remodeling to the school buildings in the district along with buying and installing technology and purchasing buses.
Quincy Schools have two bond proposals to present on Tuesday. The first is for $6.2 million to partially remodel and equip Quincy Community Schools' facilities. This includes the buying and installing of technology, purchasing school buses and a locker room addition to the high school.
The second Quincy Schools bond proposal is for $2.3 million to partially remodel Quincy High School for an auxiliary gym and fitness center.