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Lead and Copper Rule Changes--Impact on Townships

May 2019 | Township Law E-Letters

Effective June 14, 2018 the State issued new lead and copper rules for water supplied to the public. The new rules will phase in new lead ac... Read More ›

Are Citizen Referendum Rights and Initiative Rights a Problem for Townships?

April 2019 | Township Law E-Letters

Township officials are elected to township boards every four years. Townships are operated and governed by township boards, which are struct... Read More ›

Assessing Reform Under New Michigan Law -- PA 660 of 2018

March 2019 | Township Law E-Letters

For years, the State Tax Commission (STC) used a “14-point review” evaluation process to enforce statutes, administrative rules,... Read More ›

New and Improved Paid Medical Leave: Rules to Live and Work By

February 2019 | Township Law E-Letters

Michigan’s Paid Medical Leave Act (the “PMLA”) establishes eligible employees’ rights to accrue and use paid leave f... Read More ›

Goodbye “Emily!”: A Review of 2018 Lame Duck Laws Affecting Townships

January 2019 | Township Law E-Letters

As 2018 came to a close, the Legislature rapidly passed a number of new laws, many of which impacted Michigan’s many townships.  ... Read More ›

Townships Got Run Over By Wireless Providers: Small Cell Towers Are Coming to Townships

December 2018 | Township Law E-Letters

During the 2018 lame duck session, many bills were introduced, and some passed, attacking the authority of local government. Senate Bill 637... Read More ›

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