Saturday, March 7, 2015

Michigan: Dayton Trustee recall language rejected

The language for the recall of Dayton Township Trustee Robert Steele was rejected by the election commission, though a new petition has since been filed against both Steele and Supervisor Robert Cook.

The petition’s first sentence alleges Steele “on January 5, 2015 voted in support of a property tax increase of one mill for four years.”
Steele maintains he didn’t vote in favor of higher taxes, but simply voted to place a tax proposal before the township’s 1,439 registered voters.
The new petition tries to recall Steele for voting for a 10% payraise for Cook.

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