In Saginaw County, voters in Bridgeport again turned down a proposal to support the Municipal Complex Bond.

By a vote of 2,411 no to 1, 549 yes, the proposal failed for a second time. Voters handily supported the county’s bid for Mosquito Abatement Renewal and an inrease by a vote of 53,033 – 23,095. The Saginaw Intermediate School District’s request for a special education millage also passed, 38,103 – 34,571. Other questions on the ballot that passed were the Chesaning Street Improvements Bond and the Chesaning Union Schools Operating Millage. The Lakefield Township Roads and Bridges Millage Renewal also passed. The Merrill Community School District School Bond Proposal failed as did the Maple Grove Township Millage for Road Improvements. Voters also said no to the Zilwaukee Township ordinance for the repeal of Marihuana Prohibition by a vote of 21 to 12.

In Midland County, a Geneva Township Road Millage passed 308 – 202 and the Hope Township Fire millage was renewed by voters, 558 – 182.

Bay County had five county wide millage requests, all of which passed. These include the Gypsy moth Supression millage which passed 31,526 – 14,204, the Animal Services Millage Proposal also passed, 29,979 – 15,984. The Sevices to Older Citizens passed, 33,104 – 12,553, while the Bay Medical Care Facility millage passed, 29,789 – 16,102. Finally the 911 millage passed, 31,467 – 14,279.

A number of village and township millages were also on the ballot in Bay County. Voters approved the Pinconning Public Safety millage 243 – 178. The Essexville City Charter passed 1.120 – 431. Garfield Township had three fire millages: a fire truck, fire equipment and the fire operating millage, all of which were approved by voters. Two marijuana proposals were defetaed in Gibson Township and Kawkawlin. Hampton Township voters passed a road millage 3,058 – 1,088. And Bay City Schools and Essexville Hampton Schools both had millages pass.