All ballot proposals were approved by Livingston County voters Tuesday.

City of Brighton residents approved a 2.5-mil Headlee Amendment override proposal. The 7-year millage will generate roughly $1.15-million per year to be used exclusively on city street improvements.

A millage proposal being put forward by the Brighton Area Fire Authority also passed, with voters in the City, Brighton and Genoa Townships all casting ballots. The 0.89-mill request is for 12 years and will aid the organization with capital improvements and infrastructure.

Finally, voters in the Howell Public Schools district passed a new $39-million bond proposal to provide for infrastructure repairs, security enhancements at each school and improvements in educational areas and sports and performing arts facilities.

Complete results can be found through the link. (JM)