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Scio Township Voters To Consider Expanding Their Public Bus Service Through A Millage

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In less than a week, Scio Township voters will decide if they will approve a millage that would expand public bus service in that area. 

Get all of the details from the 2015 local elections from WEMU News here

The proposal calls to extend bus service along Jackson Road from the intersection of Wagner Road to Zeeb Road in 2016 and to Baker Road in 2017.

Martha Valadez, who is a transit organizer for the Ecology Center in Washtenaw County and who is promoting the millage, says adults wouldn't be the only ones who would benefit from the project.  Students who attend school in Ann Arbor would be able to use the service everyday.

If the millage passes it will cost homeowners about $45 for every $250,000 worth of taxable property.

This will be the only issue on the ballot in Scio Township.

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— Jorge Avellan is the Ann Arbor beat reporter, and anchor for 89.1 WEMU News. Contact him at 734.487.3363 or email him studio@wemu.org


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