What is proposed in the bond?
Investment in Your Schools: $19.5 million
Which buildings would be impacted? All School Buildings
Safe and Secure
Brandon Schools put kid’s safety over costs. We have armed, law enforcement officers in every school, now we need to add more cameras so our kids will be the safest in Michigan.
- Good Stewards of Taxpayers Dollars
Brandon Schools addressed major issues like water treatment, right sizing of staff , and increasing fund balance from 5.7% to 16%. It has been a good steward of taxpayer dollars.
Our neighboring school districts have all passed large bond proposals. If we want our kids to compete for 21st Century jobs or get into a college of their choice; we need to improve our schools.
Just like our homes, our buildings need to be maintained. Harvey Swanson is 70 years old and the district has millions of dollars in repairs and upgrades that will be needed over the next 5 year.
What are some of the projects the bond will fund?
- Building repairs
- Security upgrades
- Technology/STEM labs
- Roof repairs
- Parking lots
- Bathrooms and flooring
- Replacing old fencing
- Pool roof and dehumidification system
- Athletic and performing arts repairs and replacements
What will it cost?
Cost to taxpayer: .83 mills ($83 dollars a year or $6.91 a month on a $200,000 home)
Assessed Value of Your Home divided by 2 = State Equalized Value (SEV) > SEV * .00083 (.83 mills) = Annual Cost
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