WYOMING, Mich. (WZZM) -- Victims of recent crime, fire and medical emergencies shared emotional stories Sunday in front of a fire scarred house from a blaze in Wyoming last week.
They were holding one of the area's final events in support of Proposal One on Tuesday's ballot. Voters will decide whether some Wyoming public safety workers keep their jobs.
The millage vote is one of several in West Michigan and many say it is a crucial public safety proposal.
If approved, the 1.25 mill increase would provide $2.5 million a year for police and fire departments over five years. It would pay for police and fire services that would prevent layoffs.