DIA Thanks Voters for Millage as Some Cities Continue Fight to Keep the Funds

Mar 13, 2013 Full story: Patch.com

The Detroit Institute of Arts recently thanked voters for approving a millage last August to support the museum even as some communities continue a fight in court to keep a portion of those tax dollars.

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kevin

Toledo, OH

#1 Mar 15, 2013
They only thanked voters after some macomb county residents complained.folks this was nothing but a handout.they never proved they didn't have other options.

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