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AAATA Millage

The Ann Arbor Area Transit Authority (AAATA) has voted to place a millage on the May 6, 2014 ballot, seeking 0.7 mills in addition to current transit taxes. The AAATA includes the communities of Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti and Ypsilanti Township. This millage would be in addition to the taxes the cities of Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti collect now. Thus, the current 2.05 mills in Ann Arbor will increase to 2.75 mills. In Ypsilanti, the current 0.9 mills will inclrease to 1.6 mills. In Ypsilanti Township, the current purchase of services agreement will be replaced by the new millage requiring them to pay a total of just 0.7 mills.

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In the news

02/21/14 Ann Arbor Chronicle - Committee to Oppose AAATA Millage

02/20/14 Ann Arbor Chronicle - Transit Vote for A2 and Ypsi: May 6, 2014

02/07/14 Ann Arbor Chronicle - Survey: Majority Favorable on Transit Tax