The Washtenaw Intermediate School District has put a special education millage question before voters today.
The proposal calls to increase the current 3.8 mills by 1.5 mills for ten years. Generating about $22 million a year for special education services.
Eastern Michigan University political science professor Edward Sidlow says that if your home is valued at $200,000, it will cost you about $150 more a year in property tax.
6,500 students receive special education services in Washtenaw County.