City millage up for renewal in November

A matter regarding streets and sidewalks in Three Rivers will appear before the city’s voters in November.
Mayor Tom Lowry and city commission members Tuesday agreed to seek renewal of 3.7 mills. The millage has allowed the city to maintain and improve city streets and sidewalks since it was first approved 15 years ago.
If approved, the November request would cover an additional 15-year period. City manager Joe Bippus said the measure would not increase tax rates, but merely continue what they are currently paying.
He said a public hearing on the proposed request will be staged later this summer.

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