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School millage opponent Kathy Griswold, Ann Arbor, MI

"Everything is on the table"

The schools grapple with budget cuts

From the December, 2009 issue

Ann Arbor was the only municipality that supported the proposed two-mill "enhancement" tax in the November election. "We did gauge the temperature of this community accurately," says Ann Arbor PTSO co-president and pro-millage leader Donna Lasinski. But the city's 56 percent yes vote couldn't overcome the rejection elsewhere in the county. The Washtenaw

 
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