Voters went to the polls Tuesday and cast their votes on two issues. Dryden Township police department was seeking millage approval for operational costs and the voters agreed with the need, passing the seven year millage by a wide margin. The unofficial vote tally from the Lapeer County Clerk’s Office shows a total of 697 yes votes and 255 no votes. A total of 952 votes were cast in the police department issue. Dryden Township Precinct 1 passed the millage by a count of 341 to 136 while Precinct 2 had a tally of 356 to 119. Meanwhile, in the Dryden School district, the margin of victory was a bit closer with voters approving a millage of around $11 million by a count of 483 yes to 424 no. The approval clears the way for the district to make improvements to both the elementary and high school. We will have more information on the election results in next week’s issue of the Tri-City Times.