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The Detroit Jewish News, 2010-07-22

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years, 2010 and 2011, inclusive, for the purpose of providing funds for the support of a
public transportation system serving the elderly, disabled, and general public of the County
of Oakland?
It is estimated that .59 mills would raise approximately $18 million when levied in 2010.

Shall this proposal be adopted?

YES
NO

WEST BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP LIBRARY MILLAGE PROPOSAL

Approval of this millage renewal will allow for the ongoing operation of the Main Library
and the Westacres Branch in order to offer materials, resources, services, programs and
technology.

COUNTY TREASURER'S STATEMENT AS REQUIRED
BY ACT NO. 62 OF THE PUBLIC ACTS OF 1933
AS AMENDED

I, Andrew E. Meisner, County Treasurer of the County of Oakland, State of Michigan,
do hereby certify that according to the records in my office, as of June 10, 2010, the total of all
voted increases in the tax rate limitation above the 18 mills established by Section 6 of Article
IX of the Michigan Constitution of 1963 affecting taxable property in the Township of West
Bloomfield, in said County, is as follows:

LOCAL UNIT

West Bloomfield Township

Shall the limitation on the amount of taxes which may be imposed on taxable property within
the Charter Township of West Bloomfield be renewed for the identical amount to be levied
in the year 2011, which amount shall not exceed the current millage rate of $0.6586 per
thousand dollars (0.6586 mills) of the taxable value on all taxable property in the Charter
Township of West Bloomfield for a period of fifteen (15) years, beginning in the year 2012 West Bloomfield School
and ending in the year 2026, inclusive, as a continuation of the prior millage increase
authorization previously approved by the electors which shall expire with the 2011 levy, for
the purpose of providing library funds for the West Bloomfield Township Public Library? It
is estimated that 0.6586 mills would raise approximately $1,925,775.00 when first levied City of Pontiac School
with the December 1, 2012 levy.

Shall this proposal be adopted?

YES
NO

City of Bloomfield Hills
School District

VOTED INCREASE
1.00
.25
.25
3.22
.3892

.2200

18.00
5.1603

YEARS INCREASE
EFFECTIVE
Unlimited
2001 - 2010 Incl.
2004 - 2013 Incl.
2002 - 2011 Incl.
2008 - 2017
(Parks & Rec. Renewal)
2011-2020 (Renewal of
Parks & Rec.)

2004 - 2014 Incl.
2004 - 2014 Incl.

2007 - 2016

18.5

1.50
11.7041
20.00

2004 - 2013 Incl.
2006 - 2015 Incl.
2006 - 2015 Incl.
(Non-Homestead)

FARMINGTON PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT OPERATING MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL

City of Birmingham Schools

This proposal would allow the renewal of the mills previously levied by the Board of Education
of the Farmington Public School District for general operating purposes which expires with
the District's 2010 tax levy. Under this proposal, due to current enrollment projections and
statutory exemptions, the District would be authorized to levy no more than 13.5735 mills
on principal residences (also known as homestead property or owner-occupied homes), and
Farmington Public Schools
qualified agricultural property, and the School District would receive revenues at the full
(Non-Homestead)
foundation allowance permitted by the State.

As a renewal of the previously approved millage authorization which expires with the 2010
tax levy, shall the limitation on the amount of tax upon taxable property in the Farmington
Public School District, County of Oakland, Michigan be increased by 18.00 mills ($18.00 per
$1,000 of taxable value) to the extent such property is not statutorily exempt, and of which
not more than 13.5735 mills ($13.5735 per $1,000 of taxable value) would continue to be
permitted under existing law to be levied on principal residences and qualified agricultural
property, for five (5) years, the years 2011 to 2015 inclusive, to provide funds for operating
expenses of the Farmington Public School District? If approved, this millage would raise an
estimated $50,145,000 for the District in 2011.

Walled Lake School District

County School District Of
Oakland County

County of Oakland

Oakland Community College

11.3111

July 1, 2002 to
June 30, 2012
2007 - 2016

18.00

2007 -2011 Incl.

13.5735

2007 -2011 Incl.

.50
18.00

2004 - 2013 Incl.
2006 - 2015 Incl.

8.46

3.6483

Unlimited

.25

2002 to 2011 Incl.

1.00
.80

Unlimited
2002 to 2011 Incl.

Shall this proposal be adopted?

YES
NO

OAKLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE MILLAGE RENEWAL PROPOSAL

Shall Oakland Community College be authorized to levy taxes in an amount not to exceed
$0.7811 per thousand dollars ($1,000) (0.7811 mills) of the taxable value of all taxable
property in the College District for a period of ten (10) years, beginning with the July 1, 2012,
tax levy, as a renewal of that portion of the millage authorization previously authorized by the
electors to provide funds for all Community College purposes authorized by law? It is esti-
mated the 0.7811 mills would raise approximately $38,502,796 when first levied in 2012.

Shall this proposal be adopted?

YES
NO

Dated: June 10, 2010

ANDREW E. MEISNER, TREASURER
OAKLAND COUNTY

As a registered voter, you may obtain an absentee voter ballot
if you are:
• age 60 years old or older
• unable to vote without assistance at the polls
• expecting to be out of town on election day
• in jail awaiting arraignment or trial
• unable to attend the polls due to religious reasons
• appointed to work as an election inspector in a precinct out-
side of your precinct of residence.

A person who registers to vote by mail must vote in person in the first
election in which he or she participates.

CATHERINE SHAUGHNESSY
TOWNSHIP CLERK

July 22

2010

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