Northville Patch's November 2011 Voter Guide

Here's a roundup of information about Tuesday's election for Northville voters.

Where you live – city versus township, or not – will determine which items appear on your election ballot Tuesday. Here's a guide for Northville residents about what you can expect to see on the ballot.

If you live in the Plymouth-Canton School District, visit

City office elections

Voters in the city of Northville will cast their ballots for a mayor and two new City Council members.

Mayoral election: Chris Johnson runs unopposed.

City Council: Three candidates are vying for two open seats in this race. Incumbent and newcomers and are running for council.

Northville Public Schools

School board candidates and run unopposed for two seats. They seek to fill seats that will be left by departing school board members Marily Price and Libby Smith, who will not seek re-election.

Voters in the NPS district will see an additional item on the ballot – a renewal millage. It is a renewal of the current non-homestead millage, which taxes commercial properties and second homes, among other nonprimary residences. For more detailed information, see and the district's website. The district has previously estimated a loss of about $8 million if the millage is not renewed.

Polling place location and hours

Voting hours are from 7 a.m.-8 p.m. Tuesday.

For more information on polling places in city precincts, visit the city of Northville's website. For polling locations in Northville Township's precincts, visit the township website.

Look for election night updates on Northville Patch.


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