Thumbs up from White Pigeon schools voters

White Pigeon Community Schools voters endorsed an operating-millage renewal request Tuesday.

Unofficial numbers show the vote was passed with 339 in favor and 217 opposed. As a result, the district for the next six years will continue to assess the millage on non-homestead properties and generate about $2.8 million annually for its day-to-day operations.

Superintendent Jon Keyer said Tuesday’s vote was an important election and he appreciates the continued support of the district’s registered voters.

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