GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Voters in some communities went to the polls Tuesday, casting ballots in local primaries and deciding on millages.

In Grand Haven, mayoral candidates Andrea Hendrick and Bob Monetza will advance to the November election, beating out incumbent mayor Catherine McNally and Benjamin Genser. Hendrick came out on top with 32% of the vote, and Monetza followed with 26%.

South Haven voters chose Annie Brown and Joe Reeser as mayoral candidates, who both gained about 34% of the vote and will advance to the November election. Brown had 417 votes and Reeser had 415. They beat out Robert Burr, who gained 386 votes.

Kentwood and Muskegon had primaries for their city commissions: Kentwood has one seat on the ballot and Muskegon two. In Kentwood, voters chose Maurice Groce and Lily Cheng-Schulting to move on to the next election. Muskegon’s second ward chose Willie German Jr. and Jeanette Burt-Moore and Ward 4 chose Teresa Emory and Katrina Kochin.

Hasting Public Schools passed a $17 million bond for improvements around the district, including to the high school media center and cafeteria; the high school and middle school roofs, bathrooms in various buildings, and technology and HVAC updates. The millage passed with 57.7% of the vote.

Otsego Public Schools will receive a renewal of its non-homestead millage, which runs out in 2024. The millage was approved with 52% of the vote and is expected to generate about $2.2 million annually for the next 10 years.

In Decatur Township, people voted no on a zoning ordinance change that would have allowed for renewable energy facilities on land that is designated as agricultural.