LANSING, Mich (WLMI) Voters in a several mid-Michigan communities were at the polls Tuesday---
--in Delhi Township, voters defeated a proposal to build two facilities to dry and store sewage that could be used as an energy source.
--Voters in the Waverly Schools passed a operating millage renewal by a more than two-to-one margin.
--the second time was a charm in Charlotte where voters passed a millage request to fund the aquatic center for the next five years. The issue failed by just a few votes last November.
--in Jackson County—voters in the Concord Community Schools defeated two millage request that would have provided building and technology upgrades.