Public safety department to host community meetings ahead of Aug. 4 millage request

Posted by Scott Bolthouse | The Huron Hub| July 10, 2020

The Huron Township Department of Public Safety will have a 1-mill property tax request on the Aug. 4 Primary Election ballot.

The millage is specific to the Huron Township Fire Department and Emergency Dispatch Center for use to upgrade equipment, make building improvements, and purchase fire response vehicles such as fire trucks, said Public Safety Director Everette Robbins.

Robbins and Fire Chief Jamie Hinojosa will be conducting a series of town hall meetings over the next several weeks to speak to residents regarding the millage.

Here is a list of the meetings

To read more about the upcoming millage vote, visit this article.


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