THANK YOU! … and the move to “archive mode”

Center Line Public Schools would like to thank you for your support in the last election.  You are the reason this is such a great community!

There are no CLPS school elections currently scheduled during the 2013-2014 school year.  With this mind, this site will go into historical “archive mode”.

We will leave all the millage information here, along with voting information, district information, and other useful election tools.  This site will not change until another election is scheduled.   At that time, the site will be redesigned with information applicable to the current election (examples: School Board, Funding, …).

Thank you and Best Regards

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Welcome to the CLPS Election Guide

This guide serves to provide general information on upcoming school elections.

  • NEXT SCHOOL ELECTION: Tuesday, May 7, 2013
  • SUBJECT: “Hold-Harmless” and “Non-homestead” Millage Renewal

At a special election set for Tuesday, May 7, 2013, Center Line Public Schools will be asking our community to VOTE on the ballot proposal which includes the following two RENEWALS:

  1. A RENEWAL of the 18 mill  “non-homestead” property tax on business, industrial and second home properties.
  2. A RENEWAL of a 16.5354 “hold harmless” millage on primary residence.

Renewal of the ballot proposal provides the revenue to the district general operating budget to MAINTAIN the CURRENT LEVEL of programs and staff.  It is important to note that the VOTE on May 7, 2013, is a millage RENEWAL only, NOT a bond request.

The sections of this site are organized as follows:

  • Millage Overview and Frequently Asked Questions: provides an introduction to the Millage, provides details on how millage funding works, why it is up for renewal, and various effects of renewal (or non-renewal).  This section also will answer the most common questions surrounding the millage renewal.
  • Voter Information and District Maps: servers as your one-stop voter guide
    to Center Line Public Schools elections, includes answers to such questions as “Can I vote?” and “Where do I vote?”, and provides absentee information.
  • Contact Us for More Information: after browsing this entire site, if you still have questions feel free to contact the district.  This sections details the best methods to use in order to contact the district about the millage.

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