By Jessica Mathews /

All ballot proposals passed in Tuesday’s General Election, although some more handily than others.

In Hamburg Township, a road millage was narrowly approved with 51.6% of the vote. It passed by 449 votes, out of 2,027 votes cast. That’s in contrast to a road millage in Conway Township, which passed by a large margin.

An operating millage renewal for the Brighton Area Fire Authority passed by more than a 3 to 1 margin.

In Hartland Township, a fire millage also passed with 55.9% of the vote.

Finally, voters in the Brighton Area Schools district approved a Headlee override millage on non-Homestead property with 55.8% of the vote.

Complete results can be accessed through the provided link.