QUINCY, MI (WTVB) - Voters in the Quincy School District will be going to the polls this spring to decide the fate of a pair of bond issues. The Quincy Board of Education last night made a unanimous decision to put the questions on the May 6h ballot. School officials are seeking approval of spending up to $8.6 million requiring around two mills for 20 years.
The first bond for $6.2 million would fund various building infrastructure and technology upgrades as well as an addition to the district’s bus fleet. The second proposal for about $2.3 million would pay for expanded gym space. If both issues pass, a home worth $50,000 in Quincy with a taxable value of around $25,000 would require a property tax increase of approximately $4 a month or $50 a year.