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

February 2020 | Township Law E-Letters

Townships operate according to their annual appropriations resolution, from spending public funds to providing public services. Many of thes... Read More ›

The Present and Future Regulation of Mining Operations

January 2020 | Township Law E-Letters

The siting of mining and extraction operations, such as gravel pits, can often be the source of great controversy. Although many residents v... Read More ›

Protecting the Township's Data from Security Risks

December 2019 | Township Law E-Letters

Townships should assess their policies and practices related to controlling Township cyberattacks and inadvertent disclosure of data. With t... Read More ›

2019 Review of the State Tax Commission Bulletins

November 2019 | Township Law E-Letters

The Michigan State Tax Commission (“STC”) is authorized to provide advise to municipal assessors. Each year the STC provides gui... Read More ›

Common Public Road Issues

October 2019 | Township Law E-Letters

Public roads present unique challenges to townships and not just for basic transportation. This E-letter will address the historical develop... Read More ›

Managing Social Media in the Workplace and Change in Overtime Rules for 2019

September 2019 | Township Law E-Letters

Where employees used to huddle around the breakroom watercooler, they now huddle around their smartphones. Recent studies report that 69% of... Read More ›

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