Kieft and treasurer Jeff Wood both told MLive they hope the millage will pass on its second attempt. The same proposal was rejected by a 162-vote margin in May.
At a public forum earlier this month, Wood said the township budgeted a deficit of $384,000 in 2017. Kieft told MLive earlier this year that the township provides $100,000 for road repairs. That amount would only fix two roads a year.
With the millage, the township could repair and improve more than 50 in three years, according the proposal.
What follows is a breakdown of everything voters need to know about the millage.
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