PINE RIVER AREA SCHOOLS

BOND PROPOSAL

VOTE AUGUST 4, 2020

BOND OVERVIEW

0.0 mill

INCREASE

If passed, the building improvement proposal would not increase the amount of taxes for homeowners. The 0.0 net mill increase, $3.9 million, building improvement bond proposal on August 4, 2020, would keep the current millage rate which is already one of the lowest in the Wexford-Missaukee Intermediate School District and Osceola County. At the exact same rate, it would allow the school district to bring its elementary, middle, and high schools up-to-grade in some much-needed areas. 

$3.9 million

FOR DISTRICT IMPROVEMENTS

Aug 4

VOTING DAY

 

IMPROVEMENT PLAN

High School

  • New locker rooms

  • Improve sanitation pond

  • Cafeteria upgrades throughout

  • Bathroom, doors, and plumbing improvements

  • Tabletop, counter, and casework replacement and renovation in biology and art room

Elementary School

  • Add 4,700 sq ft of classrooms and office space

  • Replace windows, door locksets, and restroom partitions 

  • New fire alarm system, ventilation system, lockers, kitchen flooring, and gymnasium padding

  • Playground pavilion addition and accessible route to the playground

Middle School

  • Replace Middle School boilers

  • New locker rooms

  • Improve sanitation pond

  • Cafeteria improvements

  • Bathroom, doors, and plumbing improvements

Athletics

  • Fencing and visitors’ bleachers at football field/track

SITE DRAWINGS

 

DAYS TO SPREAD THE WORD 

SEE THE NEED

 
 

The net mill increase of the bond proposal will keep our millage rate at the exact same rate. Over 15 years the current 3.26 mill rate will decrease to 0 if passed, see the breakdown in the graph below.

 
REGISTER

Online registration is happening now. If you are not currently registered to vote, register online then request an absentee voter application ballot from your local city or township clerk's office.

 

RECEIVE

Those who are already registered to vote will receive an absentee voter ballot application in the mail from the State of Michigan. Fill it out and return it as soon as possible to get an absentee ballot.

RETURN

Once you receive your absentee ballot, fill it out and send it in to vote by 8pm on August 4, 2020. 

Hopefully, all of Pine River's polling places will be open on August 4; however, due to recent events, the State of Michigan is encouraging the election through absentee voting. See steps below to successfully cast your vote.

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Dates to remember

Absentee voter ballots mailed: June 20, 2020

Last day to register in any manner other than in-person: July 20, 2020
Election Day: August 4, 2020

 

 

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