Ontonagon sets bond proposal for buses, improvements


ONTONAGON — The Ontonagon Area Board of Education Monday approved placing a millage request on the November ballot. The request, if approved, would cost voters less in taxes than they are presently paying.

Superintendent Jim Bobula said, if approved, .5 mill would be used to purchase four new buses over the next one to two years. The district is also asking for 1.5 mills for building and facility upgrades. Since two present millage proposals will expire this year and in 2017, if approved, the millage would be one-tenth less than what Ontonagon area voters, except for White Pine, are prese...

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