By Whitney Vickers
BATH TOWNSHIP — Bath Township citizens are being asked this election cycle to support the maintenance of their streets, roads and bridges. The addition is worth 2.2 mills over a period of five years, generating $200,000 per year.
A Bath Township citizen owning with a $100,000 property would pay $77 per year if passed.
According to Bath Township Fiscal Officer Elaine Brown, this is the first time Bath Township voters have been asked to approve an addition.
If it fails, Bath Township citizens will see delayed road maintenance.