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A Michigan state senator is planning to introduce legislation next week designed to allow public schools to use sinking funds to pay for security enhancements. Sinking funds are generally used for building construction or repair, buying real estate, and some types of technology installation – typically not including equipment or software. Sinking funds must be approved by voters through a school election. The upcoming legislation could allow millage money that already is coming in through sinking funds to be used for security purposes as well.
For the full article, see Tim Martin, "Michigan legislation will seek more flexibility in paying for school security upgrades", MLive, Janaury 25, 2013.
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