November 22, 2017

IRESA residents to decide on career and technical education proposal

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OGEMAW COUNTY — Voters in Ogemaw County in the Iosco Regional Educational Service Agency’s service area will decide Nov. 7 on a career and technical education millage.

The millage states that if voters approve it, residents will pay 0.65 mill for a period of 10 years, spanning from 2017 to 2026. If a property has a state equalized taxable value of $50,000, the property owner should expect to pay $32.50 annually if the proposal is approved.

If the millage is approved by voters and levied in 2017, it is estimated IRESA will collect approximately $993,325 from property taxes.

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