On Tuesday, the voters of the Ann Arbor Public Schools community overwhelmingly approved a replacement of the sinking fund millage to help fund renovations and major repairs across the district.
Over 13,500 voters turned out to vote on the AAPS sinking fund millage renewal/replacement. An overwhelming majority, over 70%, voted to support the millage and provide steady funding to our schools for major repairs and renovations over the next 10 years.
The A2CMC would like to thank everyone who voted today, in person or by absentee ballow, and to thank our community for stepping up and doing the right thing for our schools and children.
But don't let that be the end of it! Stay involved, stay engaged, and be an active part of our community-governed public schools!