Voters in the Lakeshore Public Schools will be asked in May to renew the district's building and site fund. The millage was approved in 2005 and expires this year. Superintendent Phil Freeman called renewal of the levy, which is just under 1.5 mills, "vital" to the operations of the district. The tax would bring in roughly $1.1 million a year to be put only toward building repairs and maintenance. Without it, general fund dollars would have to be used and that could lead to cuts elsewhere. Among the projects slated for work if it's aproved are boilers for the elementary schools and work to school roofs.
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