By Andrew Cluley
Ypsilanti, MI – In addition to the county-wide jail millage issue, several other local communities had money issues on yesterday's ballot.
Voters in Ypsilanti Township approved all four millage proposals on their ballot.
York Township voters approved a one-mil tax for public safety operating costs.
Voters in Augusta Township rejected a tax to preserve farmland and open space.
Milan city voters rejected a millage issue to pay for library operations, and voters in the Lincoln School District said "no" to a 95-million dollar plan to build a new school and pay for renovations at existing schools.