The recall of two Howell Public Schools Board, Mike Yenshaw and Michael Moloney, was rejected for lack of factualness questions. Petitioners will try again. The board fired the Superintendent over a $309 mileage expense.
The decision held that the wording was misleading, according to the judge, because the signers could believe that each vote was individual rather than a board vote. This is believed to be the first ruling on the factualness law.