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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 ›

Does a Township Need a Resolution to Impose an Unpaid Utility Bill on a Property that is Rented by a Tenant?

March 2020 | Township Law Q&A

It depends on the type of utility service. Presumably you are referencing unpaid water and sewer services.  Under certain circumstances... Read More ›

Is a Township Deputy Treasurer permitted to hold a position on the Township Board of Review?

February 2020 | Township Law Q&A

Not Likely. The Deputy Treasurer and a board or review member appear to be incompatible offices. The Incompatible Offices Act, 556 PA 1978, ... Read More ›

Does a Township Clerk have to record every comment by officials and public members in the minutes?

January 2020 | Township Law Q&A

No. The Open Meetings Act determines the necessary information for minutes. It provides the following required information: The publi... Read More ›

Can a private business request the Township’s entire electronic tax roll?

December 2019 | Township Law Q&A

A variety of private companies now submit these requests to townships throughout the state to, in-part, aggregate data to re-sell to their p... Read More ›

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