Asking voters to approve more money for cities, townships and school districts on May 7 will cost thousands of dollars — an expense that government officials say is “the cost of doing business.”
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Watching your tax dollars
As part of our ongoing committment to watching your tax dollars, we talked to county board of elections officials and collected data from area counties to figure out how much governments and school districts are spending to put tax measures on the ballot.