KALAMAZOO (WKZO) -- Finding more stable funding is the goal of Kalamazoo County’s Transit Authority, and it may take a series of millage votes to get there.
Authority Chair Linda Teeter says the city may need to pass a temporary millage in November, to give the Authority time to draft a long term plan and explain it to voters. She briefed the Portage City Council last night. She says their plan is to approach voters with two different millage questions in May of next year.
The process is hung up over exactly where to draw the lines between where the higher metropolitan tax and lower rural tax will be charged.