Tecumseh Public Schools bond issue on May 3 special election ballot

TECUMSEH — And all-out marketing effort has been in full effect for a couple of months now to get the information out about the $75 million bond issue Tecumseh Public Schools has put on a May 3 special election ballot. 

The district’s Facebook page is lit up with information on how the bond will not increase the current 7.2 mills residents pay, rather it would extend it through 2053. 

Throughout March and April, Superintendent Rick Hilderley has held informational breakfasts, snack get-togethers and meetings with residents to explain the merits of the capital improvement projects that will take place if the issue passes. 

The district’s director of communications, Vic Pratt, has been working almost full time on the project and he has been aided by the district’s architecture firm for the project, TMP Architecture of Bloomfield Hills, and its business owner’s representative, Plante Moran CRESA of Bloomfield Hills.  

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