Governor Snyder To Meet With Ypsilanti High School Robotics Team
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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