MUSKEGON, Mich. - School leaders with Orchard View Schools in Muskegon say some of their equipment is decades old and it's time for an upgrade. The school system is asking voters to approve a 1 mil sinking fund in November.

School leaders said over the last decade, state funding has not kept pace with increased mandated costs and inflation.The millage would generate $280,000 a year.

School leaders are holding a community forum to tell voters how they plan to use that money, if the millage is approved.

Over the last decade state funding has not kept pace with increased mandated costs and inflation.

The meeting happens Wednesday, October 10 at 6 p.m. at Orchard View High School.

Visit the school's Facebook page for more information.

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