(CENTREVILLE) – All but one of the seven millage proposals passed Tuesday in St. Joseph County's primary election.
The one that failed to pass was the St. Joseph County Road Commission's request for a 2 mill, five year millage for primary, major and local roads. It was defeated 3425 to 2729. The Road Commission's one mill renewal for 10 years passed with 3924 Yes votes to 2270 No votes.
The St. Joseph County Transportation Authority's millage renewal of .33 mills for four years passed 3629 to 2558.
Both the Sturgis and Centreville Public Schools millage renewals passed. The Sturgis renewal was for 18 mills over twenty years and passed 877 to 528. Centreville's millage renewal was also for 18 mills over ten years, and passed 428 Yes to 239 No.
Leonidas Township voters approved a millage renewal. It was for 1.7 mills over five years for operating and maintaining fire and ambulance services. The measure passed 98 Yes to 29 No.
The Nottawa Township Library millage renewal also passed, 332 Yes to 118 No. It was a six year millage renewal at 1.635 mills and will provide funds for any Library purpose, including library operation and capital expenditures.