ELECTION NOTICE TO THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS of Lyndon, Lima, & Sylvan Township and City of Chelsea





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LYNDON, LIMA, & SYLVAN TOWNSHIP AND CITY OF CHELSEA RESIDENTS

ELECTION NOTICE TO THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS of Lyndon, Lima, & Sylvan Township and City of Chelsea

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY ELECTION



will be held in said governmental unit on

TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 2016

From 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

THE MARCH 8, 2016 PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY ELECTION WILL BE CONDUCTED IN ALL VOTING PRECINCTS OF VOTING FOR CANDIDATES SEEKING NOMINATON TO THE OFFICE OF PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES AND WASHTENAW COUNTY EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS MILLAGE RENEWAL

Partisan

President of the United States

Republican Candidates:

Democratic Candidates:

ALSO, to vote on the following proposition(s):

________________________________________________________________

Washtenaw County Emergency Communications Millage Renewal

PROPOSITION TO AUTHORIZE THE RENEWAL OF THE EXISTING LEVY OF .20 MILLS TO PROVIDE FUNDING TO CONTINUE TO OPERATE AND IMPROVE THE COUNTY ENHANCED EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM BY POTENTIALLY CONSTRUCTING ADDITIONAL TOWERS, UPGRADING THE EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE AND PURCHASING THE NECESSARY EQUIPMENT.

As a renewal of the existing extra millage, shall the limitation on the amount of taxes which may be imposed each year for all purposes on real and tangible personal property in Washtenaw County, Michigan continue to be increased as provided in Section 6, Article IX of the Michigan Constitution and the Board of Commissioners of the County be authorized to levy a tax not to exceed one fifth of one mill ($0.20 per $1,000 of state taxable valuation) for a period of ten (10) years, beginning with the December 1, 2016 tax levy, (which will generate estimate revenues of $2,920,963 in the first year) to continue to acquire, renovate, maintain, upgrade and operate the County’s Enhanced Emergency Communications System, potentially including constructing additional towers, upgrading the existing infrastructure, purchasing equipment, and paying for maintenance and user fees?

YES or NO

POLLING PLACES ARE LOCATED AS FOLLOWS and all are handicapped accessible and the availability of voting

instructions in alternative forms (audio and braille):

Lyndon Township: 17751 N. Territorial Road

Lima Township: 11452 Jackson Road

Dexter, MI  48130

Sylvan Township: 18027 Old U.S. 12

City of Chelsea: 500 Washington Street

Chelsea, MI  48118

To obtain an Absentee Voter Ballot for the election:

A voter who wishes to receive an absentee ballot must request it in writing from the clerk; absentee ballots may not be delivered as a result of an oral request made in person or over the phone.   The written request may be on a form supplied by the clerk or other election official, in a letter or on a postcard.  The written request must include a statutory reason why the voter is eligible to receive an absentee ballot and the applicant’s signature.

Listing of Candidates:

For a complete listing of the Republican and Democratic Candidates, please contact your local clerk.

Published in compliance with MCL168.498.

Date: February 17, 2016

Linda L. Reilly, Lyndon Township Clerk

Elaine Bater, Lima Township Clerk

Kathleen Kennedy, Sylvan Township Clerk

Laura Kaiser, City of Chelsea Clerk

Chelsea, MI  48118

Chelsea, MI  48118

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