Livingston Dems to Hear Details of Howell Schools Bond
Voters on Nov. 7 are being asked to approve a $258 million bond issue for Howell Public Schools. What would that mean for the district’s children? Come to a meeting of Livingston County Democrats later this month to find out.
Erin MacGregor, superintendent of Howell Public Schools, will explain the ballot proposal at the party’s regular meeting on Thursday, Oct. 26, at 7 p.m. Sign up here to receive reminders of the meeting.
The measure is called the “Our Kids, Our Community, Our Future Bond Proposal.” The bond proceeds would be used for replacing two older elementary schools; safety and security upgrades; classroom equipment and technology; roof, parking lot, and other replacements, and a new community center and sports fields. The Howell Public School District includes the city of Howell, plus portions of Brighton, Cohoctah, Deerfield, Genoa, Howell, Iosco, Marion, Oceola, and Putnam townships.
The party’s meeting will be at Re/MAX Platinum Auditorium, 6870 Grand River, between Brighton and Howell. Park in the back, use the rear entrance and take the stairs or elevator down to the auditorium.
The party’s regular business meeting will follow. Also on the Nov. 7 ballot are elections of a mayor and city council members in Howell; city council members in Brighton and a Headlee override for Brighton’s police millage, and a $122.5 million bond proposal for Fenton Area Public Schools.