• WE BUILD GREAT FUTURES AT PICKFORD PUBLIC SCHOOLS!

     

    2019 Bond Proposal

     

    Twenty-three years ago, Pickford Public Schools passed a bond proposal for building construction and improvement.   Time has passed, and needs for enhanced infrastructure, energy improvements, and safer buildings and grounds have been identified.  Recently, the Board of Education supported a resolution for consideration of a bond proposal on the November 5th, 2019 ballot. The proposal includes building additions, renovations, safety and security improvements, and transportation upgrades  for our growing student population.  

     

    The District is nearing the end of paying off the bonds that funded the construction and upgrades resulting from the 1996 proposal.  New bond funding, if approved, would result in an estimated millage levy in 2022 of 4.56 mills ($4.56 on each $1000 of taxable valuation), for a 1.65 mills net increase over the current levy.

     

    Community information about the 2019 bond proposal and building tours will be available at the District Open House on September 11th.  Additionally the District will schedule community informational meetings throughout the month of September and October. These will be posted on the District's website and our social media pages and announced in the area newspapers. 

      

    If you would like further information, please contact Angela Nettleton, Superintendent, at 906-647-6285 ext. 2204 or email angelan@eupschools.org

     

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    Below is a link to an online tax calculator that estimates the impact on a taxpayer’s annual tax bill if the November election is successful. 

     

    www.pfmtaxcalc.com/PickfordSchoolDistrict

     


    The increase in taxes could potentially be offset by the Michigan Homestead Property Tax Credit.  Below is a summary of the revised Michigan Homestead Property Tax Credit:

     

    Michigan Homestead Property Tax Credit – Households that pay homestead property taxes greater than 3.2% of their annual income may be eligible for the Michigan’s Homestead Property Tax Credit.  Eligible households may deduct up to 60% (up to 100% for senior citizens, please see the senior credit table below) of the millage increase cost up to a $1,500 Homestead Tax Credit limit.  The eligibility for the credit begins to decrease after household income exceeds $51,001 and ends completely after the household income exceeds $60,001.  Please see below the general reduction table and senior credit table below:

     

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    How much will this bond cost me?

     

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     See more Frequently Asked Questions here!

     

     

     

     

  • Bond Proposal Questions and Answers

    Posted by Angela Nettleton on 9/10/2019

    If you have a question about the Bold Proposal, please comment below and your question will be answered as soon as possible.

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