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Back to Work in the COVID-19 ERA

June 2020 | Township Law E-Letters

With the Michigan Stay at Home Order being lifted and resumption of operations pursuant to Michigan Executive Order 2020-114, townships now ... Read More ›

I Won my Ordinance Enforcement Case ... Now What???

May 2020 | Township Law E-Letters

Congratulations! You have made it through the hardest part of ordinance enforcement by obtaining a judgment.  But now what? Often obtai... Read More ›

Township Operations Affected by Governor Whitmer’s “Stay at Home” Orders

April 2020 | Township Law E-Letters

Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s March 24 Executive Order 2020-21, mandating that individuals to “stay at home” in response to ... Read More ›

Employer Update: New Executive Order 2020-59 Extension of Shelter in Place

April 2020 | Township Law E-Letters

Today, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer issued Executive Order 2020-59, extending and altering the Stay Home, Stay Safe guidelines un... Read More ›

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

March 2020 | Township Law E-Letters

The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has changed the landscape for individuals and businesses. Townships are no different. Daily practices&mdash... Read More ›

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 ›

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