AAATA CEO Matt Carpenter told board members that agency is now "off to the races" with the millage renewal campaign, with the theme and slogan for the campaign set to be "promises kept."
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AAATA CEO Matt Carpenter told board members that agency is now "off to the races" with the millage renewal campaign, with the theme and slogan for the campaign set to be "promises kept."

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ANN ARBOR, Mich. — The Ann Arbor Area Transportation Authority (AATA) approved ballot language for a transit tax renewal that will go on the August ballot for voters to decide, The Ann Arbor News reports.

By renewing and restoring the same tax rate of 0.7 mills that voters first approved in 2014, the board's resolution states, the AAATA would be able to maintain the expanded levels of public transit and paratransit services that have been introduced in recent years.

AAATA CEO Matt Carpenter told board members that agency is now "off to the races" with the millage renewal campaign, with the theme and slogan for the campaign set to be "promises kept." For the full story, click here.

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