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What is the Michigan Municipal Wetlands Alliance (MMWA)?

April 2017

Leading up to the 2017 Michigan Township Association Conference, we've been answering a few commonly asked questions concerning municipal and tow...

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5 Questions About Township Employees and Overtime Pay in Michigan

March 2017

If you are a township official, you may be concerned about the Department of Labor's increasing enforcement efforts, and want to make sure that you ar...

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Understanding Employment and Overtime Rules for Public Employees in 2017

March 2017

At the 2016 Michigan Township Association Conference, Helen “Lizzie” Mills covered employment matters for public employees, including recr...

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2017 Updates to "Revisiting Big Box Stores"

January 2017

Since the 2016 presentation on Township Tax Problems and Solutions for Big Box Stores, there are a few additional details which may be of use when it ...

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Join Us for "Glad You Asked That" at the 2017 MTA Conference

December 2016

Fahey Schultz Burzych Rhodes PLC will be hosting "Glad You Asked That" at the Michigan Township Association Conference to answer all of the questions you have about Township Law. The event will take place at noon on April 12, 2017.

To give you an idea of what you will learn at the event, we've listed questions below that other township officials have asked. 

Questions That Have Been Asked:

  • What is the procedure for ordinance adoption, and who is responsible for each step?

  • What are the municipal tax implications as a host of either dispensaries or manufacturing of marijuana?

  • What is the extent that a public meeting agenda can be changed during a meeting?

  • How does tax revenue flow to areas on the tax role

  • As a trustee, am I personally liable in any way for actions taken by the township?

  • What steps need to be taken to create a new office? How are wages set?

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