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Does a bidder who was not selected for a public works project have grounds to sue the Township for not being selected?

September 2020 | Township Law Q&A

No. Michigan cases demonstrate that the submission of a bid does not establish any reasonable expectancy to have been awarded that public pr... Read More ›

When a resident gifts a monetary donation to a township fire department, who is responsible for approving the expenditures resulting from the donation?

July 2020 | Township Law Q&A

Although the language of the bequest may impact the exact answer to this question, assuming that the fire department is part of the township... Read More ›

Is a Township required to receive sealed competitive bids before letting contracts on public works projects?

June 2020 | Township Law Q&A

Is a Township required to receive sealed competitive bids before letting contracts on public works projects? No. The Michigan Legislature... Read More ›

Can the Treasurer of a township also hold a position of Office Manager for a separate township?

May 2020 | Township Law Q&A

More than likely, yes, under the current law, but it should be considered carefully because it ultimately depends on the factual context of ... Read More ›

May a Township Regulate Primary Caregiver Operations Under the Original 2008 Michigan Medical Marihuana Act?

April 2020 | Township Law Q&A

Yes. Very recently the Michigan Supreme Court reversed lower court decisions and held that zoning ordinances are valid under the Michigan Me... Read More ›

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