Voters approve $361.3 million Huron Valley Schools bond

MILFORD – Huron Valley School District voters approved a $361.3 million bond Tuesday.

Unofficial results show the measure passed with 5,406 yes votes, or 52.5% of the votes cast, to 4,886 no votes.

“We are incredibly grateful to the community and know this bond proposal will pay huge dividends for the children of Huron Valley Schools for years to come,” said Superintendent Paul Salah.

The bond will be repaid over 20 years and will not increase the current tax. The money will be used to build a new middle school, remodel numerous buildings in the district for safety and instructional purposes, new furniture and technology, as well as new buses, playgrounds and athletic fields and facilities.

Of the 10,292 votes cast, 6,930 were absent; 3,228 went to the polls on Tuesday; and 134 were expressed in early voting.

Contact Susan Bromley at [email protected] or at 517-281-2412.

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