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Mecosta Co. voters to decide on two millage renewals on the Aug. 2nd primary ballot

With the August 2nd primary-election looming, residents in Mecosta County will be asked to vote for two millage renewals for the Commission on Aging and Emergency Medical Services.


The Commission on Aging is asking residents to approve a levy of (.4954 mills per $1,000 of taxable value) for the purpose of providing and continuing services to the senior citizens of Mecosta County through the Mecosta Co. COA for a period of eight years from 2022-2029, according to the proposal.

If renewed, the total revenue to be raised in the first year would be $776,703.

Next, Mecosta County Emergency Medical Services is asking residents to renew its millage of (.9342 mills per $1,000 of taxable value) for the next eight years. According to the proposal, the millage will support the continued operation of the EMS network in the county for the tax years 2022 through 2029.

If renewed, total revenue in its first year would raise $1,460,254.

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