Governor Rick Snyder will tour Ypsilanti Community High School today.
Ypsilanti Community Schools superintendent Benjamin Edmondson says he plans to discuss a $2 million legacy debt the district continues to face after it consolidated in 2013.
"I want to be able to just say to the governor, 'Hey! Please, I mean, can we just get some relief? That $2 million is just too much."
Governor Snyder is also expected to sign the state's education budget during his visit.
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