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Considerations for Township Public Meetings and Hearings During COVID-19 Pandemic

March 2020

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has changed the landscape for individuals and businesses. Townships are no different. Daily practices—whether p...

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Spending Public Money for a Public Purpose: A Township’s Beginner Guide to Lawful Expenditures

February 2020

Townships operate according to their annual appropriations resolution, from spending public funds to providing public services. Many of these public e...

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The Present and Future Regulation of Mining Operations

January 2020

The siting of mining and extraction operations, such as gravel pits, can often be the source of great controversy. Although many residents view the pr...

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Protecting the Township's Data from Security Risks

December 2019

Townships should assess their policies and practices related to controlling Township cyberattacks and inadvertent disclosure of data. With the growth ...

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2019 Review of the State Tax Commission Bulletins

November 2019

The Michigan State Tax Commission (“STC”) is authorized to provide advise to municipal assessors. Each year the STC provides guidance thro...

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