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The Belleville Township board voted 3-2 Tuesday night for a levy of $264,000, which is down from the current levy of $343,000. mkoziatek@bnd.com
The Belleville Township board voted 3-2 Tuesday night for a levy of $264,000, which is down from the current levy of $343,000. mkoziatek@bnd.com

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