2018 Local Road Ballot Proposal
City of Farmington Hills Ballot Proposal for Transitioning to a Local Road Millage
Paving, rehabilitating, and repairing the public local road infrastructure in the City has historically been funded primarily through a patchwork of special assessment districts (SADs) imposed against properties within neighborhood districts. However, based on the current condition of the local roads in the City and feedback from residents during the process of establishing these SADs over the years, the City has concluded that SADs have become an impractical, unreliable, and less than effective and efficient method of supporting the proper maintenance of these local roads. This ballot proposal is requesting voter approval to transition away from SADs, and instead fund this part of the City’s public infrastructure with a City-wide local road millage of up to 2.75 mills annually. For additional information, click here
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