Township seeking voter approval for road improvement

To the Editor,I just read in the Daily Telegram that Raisin Charter Township is seeking voter approval for road millage. Recently, a industrial facility tax exemption was given to Uniloy Milacron to replace Powertec. Now all of a sudden the roads are bad? It was stated that road funding is down all over the state. Was that route even tried first or is it much easier to ask for a tax increase from the local public? I am still waiting for my tax exemption.Debra LombardoRaisin Township

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