Some residents will vote at different locations in primary election

TAYLOR – On Aug. 3, electors will be asked to cast their votes in the state’s primary election.

Voters will see a few changes in polling locations for some voters, City Clerk Mary Ann Rilley recently announced.

Due to renovations, the city no longer will use the Sheridan Community Center, 12111 Pardee Road, as a polling place. McDowell Elementary School, 22929 Brest Road, will be the new polling place for voters in Precincts 22, 23 and 24.

Additionally, voters in Precinct 14 who usually cast ballots at the old Wareing School now will vote at the Taylor Center Annex, l9551 Westlake. The move was necessary due to a change of use of the Wareing building.

Rilley said the moves were made possible thanks to the willingness of the Taylor School District.

“When I was advised that the community center would no longer be suitable for use as a polling location, I immediately went scouting for a new home for Precincts 22, 23 and 24,” she said.

All registered voters affected by the changes will receive a written notice from Rilley, as well as a new voter registration card.