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Headlee Restoration - May 4, 2021

The West Bloomfield School District Board of Education unanimously approved a 2.0 mill non-homestead millage restoration proposal during their Jan. 25 regular meeting. This proposal will appear on the May 4, 2021 ballot.

The ballot proposal calls for a 2.0 mill increase in the non-homestead millage rate.  This will raise the current non-homestead tax rate from its current rolled back rate of 16.9544 to 18.9544 mills.  While the school district can only levy 18 mills on non-homestead property, the millage above 18 mills will protect the school district from future rollbacks.  

This proposal seeks restoration of the non-homestead tax rate that was approved by voters in 2014.

Frequently Asked Questions

The following FAQ document was compiled to assist in answering the most common questions related to a the May 4 ballot.

Headlee Restoration FAQ

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THE BALLOT LANGUAGE

The following document outlines and provides context to the official ballot proposal language as it will appear on the May 4 ballot.

BALLOT Language

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Contact

For more information, please contact the Assistant Superintendent for Business & Operations, Kyle Anderson at elections@wbsd.org or
(248) 865-6434

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