Plymouth Concerned Citizens will host an open discussion and forum on two of the upcoming ballot proposals facing voters in the November 6, 2018, election. The meeting will take place on Wednesday, Sept. 19 at the Plymouth District Library at 7:00 p.m.
One topic of discussion will be the combined ballot proposal that will impose a 1.2 mill tax levy to fund the Plymouth Township police and fire departments for a period of 18 years and cover unfunded legacy payments related to needed public safety funding. Another topic on the agenda is the .75 mill tax levy for the Plymouth Arts and Recreation Complex (PARC). This proposal will be voted on by City of Plymouth and Plymouth Township voters.
Representatives from the Township public safety departments, Township Treasurer Mark Clinton, and representatives from PARC will make presentations and be available to answer questions for residents and voters.
Plymouth Community residents are encouraged to attend the meeting to learn more about the millage proposals.
Residents are also encouraged to read the recent articles on the millages that appeared in the Plymouth Today Magazine. Be sure to save your copy.