Lake Michigan College takes millage proposal off May ballot

BENTON HARBOR, Mich. - Lake Michigan College took a millage proposal off the May ballot due to confusion about the proposal itself.

The school's board of trustees voted unanimously to pull the proposal during a special meeting Monday morning.

Residents were supposed to vote on the planned proposal during the May primary election but the language of the proposal was too confusing for many, according to reports.

The updated proposal will be on the ballot in August.

“It is a priority at Lake Michigan College to be transparent with our taxpayers,” Lake Michigan College President Dr. Trevor Kubatzke said. “We don’t want to communicate anything that may be unclear about what we are asking.”

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