Almena Twp.

On the ballot is a renewal request for 0.25 mill for four years for senior citizen services. It’s expected to generate $44,000 the first year.

Antwerp Twp.

Voters will decide on a renewal request for 0.25-mill for four years for senior citizen services, bringing in $100,245 the first year.

Arlington Twp.

There are two 0.25-mill millage proposals for four years for senior services. One is a renewal and the other a new millage. Each will generate $13,900 the first year.

Bangor

Voters will decide on two 0.25-mill millage proposals for four years for senior services. One is a renewal and the other a new millage. Each will generate $8,056 the first year.

Bangor Twp.

Voters will decide whether to renew 4 mills for four years for roads. The tax would generate $250,898 in its first year.

Voters will decide on a similar millage authorized by voter for senior services for four years. The 0.25-mill will generate $15,681 the first year.

Bloomingdale schools

District voters will decide a five-year renewal of 18-mill nonhomestead tax. It would generate $1.35 million in its first year.

Bloomingdale Twp.

Township voters will decide on whether to renew 0.25-mill for four years for senior services, generating $19,500 the first year. In addition, there’s a request for a new 0.25-mill levy for senior services for four years, bringing in $19,500 the first year.

Columbia Twp.

Voters will decide 1.25 mills for five years for police coverage. The tax would generate $108,700 in its first year.

Voters will further decide 2.8 mills for five years for roads, generating $243,586 the first year.

There are two 0.25-mill millage proposals for four years for senior services. One is a renewal and the other a new millage. Each will generate $21,700 the first year.

Democrat Beverly Sherrer and Republican James Speicher filed for a two-year partial trustee term. They will face off in November.

No one filed for a two-year partial term for supervisor.

Covert Twp.

Voters will decide three five-year measures to support police, roads, and ambulance and fire services. There is a four-year proposal for senior services.

A 1.9-mill levy for police would generate $1.348 million the first year.

A half-mill levy for fire and ambulance services would generate $354,894 the first year.

A 1.7-mill tax for roads would generate $1.2 million for roads.

Voters will decide on a senior citizens renewal of 0.2482-mill, generating $177,447 the first year.

Decatur schools

Decatur schools are seeking 17.8362-mill renewal for 2018-22 plus an increase of 0.5 mill, a portion to be used to bring the levy up to the maximum 18 mills, bringing $872,354 in the first year.

Decatur Twp.

Voters will decide a 2-mill tax for road improvements and maintenance. The five-year levy would generate $190,522 the first year.

There are two 0.25-mill millage proposals for four years for senior services. One is a renewal and the other a new millage. Each will generate $24,400 the first year.

Gobles schools

The Gobles renewal request is for 18 mills for 2019-22, bringing $778,411 in the first year.

Geneva Twp.

Voters will decide 3 mills for roads. The seven-year levy would generate $269,908 in its first year.

There are two 0.25-mill millage proposals for four years for senior services. One is a renewal and the other a new millage. Each will generate $22,029 the first year.

Gobles

City residents will decide on two 0.25-mill millage proposals for four years for senior services. One is a renewal and the other a new millage. Each will generate $2,600 the first year.

Hamilton Twp.

Voters will decide a 1-mill, four-year road tax. It would generate $54,053 in its first year.

Voters will decide on two 0.25-mill millage proposals for four years for senior services. One is a renewal and the other a new millage. Each will generate $13,500 the first year.

Hartford

There are two 0.25-mill millage proposals for four years for senior services. One is a renewal and the other a new millage. Each will generate $21,700 the first year.

Keeler Twp.

Voters will decide four tax questions over roads, police, fire and the library.

The township is seeking 1 mill for four years for fire coverage. The tax would bring $139,432 the first year.

The 0.75-mill tax for police would generate $104,013 in the first year of the four-year proposal.

The township is seeking 1 mill for three years for roads. The tax would generate $138,683 in the first year.

The Dowagiac District Library is asking for a new levy of 1 mill for 20 years, bringing in the first year $523,000. The money is slated to renovate and double the size of the existing library using a $7.4 million bond.

Lawrence Twp.

Two Republicans are seeking the nomination for a partial two-year term for trustee.

In addition, there are two 0.25-mill proposals for four years for senior services. One is a renewal and the other a new millage. Each will generate $27,000 the first year.

Sal Campagna and Michael Carpp are seeking to fill the remaining two years of Theresa Stroud’s term. Stroud became treasurer after longtime Treasurer Mary Tinker resigned. Campagna was named temporary trustee in her place.

Campagna, 72, 54386 County Road 365, is a retired vice-president of First National Bank of Chicago. He’s a dealer for Expedition Log Homes. He and his wife, Denise, have three children.

Campagna is a graduate of Weber High School of Chicago. He has a bachelor of arts degree in business from DePaul University and a master’s of business administration from the University of Chicago.

He served four years as Lawrence Township clerk, 15 years as a member of the Lawrence Township Planning Commission, and is a member of the Van Buren County Senior Services board. He formerly was a member of Lawrence’s downtown development authority and Lawrence Development Financial Authority.

Carpp, 63, 49263 County Road 215, is the president of the Lawrence Freezer Corp. He and his wife, Teresa, have two adult children.

Carpp is a graduate of Lawrence high School and has an associate’s degree in applied science from Kalamazoo Valley Community College.

Carpp has been a member of Lawrence Township Emergency Services for 32 years. He is assistant chief but previously served 51/2 years as chief. He has training in Firefighter I and II, Fire Officer I, II and III, hazmat awareness, operations and radiological decontamination.

No Democrats filed.

Mattawan schools

Mattawan is seeking a renewal of 19.5752 mills on the nonhomestead levy for 2019-22. A maximum of 18 mills will be levied in any one year.

The district is further seeking a $19.1 million, 20-year bond to renovate the existing schools, including technology. The early elementary school and central office are to be torn down under the plan. The first year levy would be 0.45 mill.

Paw Paw Twp.

Voters will decide on two 0.25-mill millage proposals for four years for senior services. One is a renewal and the other a new millage. Each will generate $21,700 the first year.

Pine Grove Twp.

Voters will decide whether to renew senior citizen millage of 0.25-mill for four years, bringing in $22,700 the first year.

South Haven

City residents will decide on two 0.25-mill millage proposals for four years for senior services. One is part renewal and part millage restoration to bring the levy back up to 0.25. The other is a new 0.25-mill levy. Each will generate $88,000 the first year.

South Haven Twp.

Voters will decide a 1.45-mill tax for roads. The four-year levy would generate $219,000 in its first year.

In addition, there are two 0.25-mill millage proposals for four years for senior services. One is a renewal and the other a new millage. Each will generate $36,000 the first year.

Waverly Twp.

The township is seeking 2 mills for roads. The five-year tax would generate $125,480 in its first year.

There are two 0.25-mill millage proposals for four years for senior services. One is a renewal and the other a new millage. Each will generate $15,685 the first year.