Mendon schools – Millage renewal approved

Mendon Community Schools Board of Education can start its three-phase construction planning, as district voters Tuesday approved a millage-renewal request.

Superintendent Leasa Griffith-Matthews said the district was seeking renewal of 8 mills over a six-year period.

The $20 million proposal passed, 298 in favor to 182 opposed.

Griffith-Matthews said several improvements on tap will include an addition at the middle/high school for bathrooms near its auxiliary gym. Eventually, the district will install air conditioning in its two buildings, as well.

The 460-student district will make a number of improvements at its elementary office area and develop a new bus garage to replace the current one, which was built in the 1950s.

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