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Royal Oak Voters Face Decision on Millage and Normandy Oaks

Royal Oak Voters Face Decision on Millage and Normandy Oaksgallowaycollens1

(City of Royal Oak Press Release, Oct. 31, 2014)

Royal Oak voters will consider two ballot proposals when they go to vote Tuesday, Nov. 4.

Charter Proposal A, if adopted, would authorize up to 2.5 mills for 10 years to maintain, repair and reconstruct Royal Oak streets, roadways and right-of-ways. The Normandy Oaks Park Ordinance, if royal_servicesapproved by voters, would authorize selling up to 10 acres of the city-owned golf course to pay for converting the remaining 40 acres into a destination park.

The City of Royal Oak has posted the full text of both proposals and additional background information online so voters can read up in advance of Election Day. Go to for more information.

More Nov. 4 General Election Information

Royal Oak participates in the state-wide QVF system. The city’s voting records are available from this system. From there you can do the following:

~Determine if you are registered to voteCandlewickshop_May2014

~Find your polling location

~Learn to use your voting equipment

~Find answers to frequently asked questions

~View your sample ballot

For all of the election coverage go to

For previous stories on Normandy Oaks, see and

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