WOODHAVEN — In a special election today, Woodhaven voters rejected a millage proposal to secure funds to build a grade separation over the busy train crossing on Van Horn Rd. The millage would have raised approximately 1.43 mills for 25 years on a $12.5 million bond. In response to the millage’s rejection, State Rep. Darrin Camilleri (D-Brownstown Township) issued the following statement:

“The voters made their choice clear today, and I will continue to fight tirelessly to secure the funding needed to complete this project. We still have a lot of work to do before we get the job done and it will be crucial that we work together in the coming months to advocate for this much-needed funding in Lansing and throughout the community.”