Mich. counties seek taxpayer aid on special education

04/23/2012 | Petoskey News-Review (Mich.)

Three Michigan counties are turning to voters on May 8 to help secure funds for educating students with disabilities in their school districts. Voters are being asked to approve the four-year renewal of a mill levy, first established in 1981, that now helps fund programs and services for about 1,350 students with disabilities. "We really appreciate the support our communities have provided for the last 30 years to help underwrite these costs for the districts we serve," said Rick Diebold, superintendent of the Charlevoix-Emmet Intermediate School district.

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