On Tuesday, March 10 Mott Community College is asking voters to approve continued bond funding for the college. A continuation of bond funding would allow MCC to pay for building renovations, capital improvements, and critical infrastructure projects.
In 2013, voters approved the same bond, which allowed MCC to invest in Southern Lakes Branch Center in Fenton, the Law Enforcement Training Academy in Fenton, Ballenger Field House, Mott Library, MCC Culinary Arts Institute and the Lenore Croudy Family Life Center (formerly Woodside Church).
If voters do not approve continued bond funding for MCC, the college’s ability to provide educational, economic, and workforce development opportunities and services in their current forms would be jeopardized.
If approved, the continuation of bonding authority by the College would replace the current levy (which voters approved in 2013) with a new tax rate that is slightly LESS than what homeowners currently pay.