The Board of Trustees meets the second and fourth Thursday of each month at . The Planning Commission meets the fourth Tuesday of each month at . The public is encouraged to attend. The meeting schedule is posted on the township’s website, www.mariontownship.com.
final day for summer tax payments without penalty is Tuesday, September 14.
The Treasurer’s office will be happy to answer any questions
regarding your tax bill. Partial
payments will be accepted. Contact
the Treasurer at (517) 546-1588. If
you do not receive a receipt in the mail, please call us to verify
that we received your payment.
application for deferment of 2010 summer taxes is available on the
township’s website. If you
have questions, please contact the treasurer’s office.
township now has two emergency tornado sirens: County
Bob Hanvey or Fire Chief Andrew Pless. For
information on tornado safety, visit www.fema.gov/hazard/tornado.
Area Parks and Recreation Authority,
are selling brick pavers to fill in the area around the new gazebo next to
the township hall. The pavers
can be engraved, and are available in three different sizes: single for $50, double for $75, and large for $100. Order forms are available at the township hall or on the website.
THE ASSESSOR’S OFFICE
data is available to all residents upon request.
The assessing office is available to review property record cards and
answer any questions. If you
have any questions, feel free to contact us during regular business hours.
Assessing staff is currently out in the field doing inspections.
Field inspections may include taking photographs, measuring
structures, etc. Staff will have
identification, including photo name badges.
you have questions regarding water or sewer connections, special assessments
or usage rates, contact
participants in the Shiawassee watershed management group, we got our feet
wet in stream sampling by capturing some of the macro invertebrate residents
of the Shiawassee
Michigan Public Service Commission is now handling complaints about cable
service. If you are unable to
resolve a complaint, they will assist you.
The phone number is 866-552-7725; fax 517-241-2400.
For more information, visit www.michigan.gov/mpsc
and click on the video/cable button.
services are available at the township hall during regular business hours. The service is free to
important elections are coming up: the
third annual Heritage Days event was held June 12-13.
Fun was had by all! Thanks
to all of the volunteers and participants.
We couldn’t have done it without you!
If you happen to have any old photos of
or Treat will
be held on October 31. People
passing out treats can come at
to set up and have hot dogs, cider and donuts. Ghosts and goblins can collect treats from
committee is still working on maintaining the township’s three cemeteries.
This spring, we installed a new split rail fence at
the main entrance to the township offices, you will find recycle bins for
special items we are collecting. There
are bins for household batteries and hearing aids, prescription eyewear, and
cell phones. We also collect
seasonal items such as used Christmas lights during the holidays. We helped contribute $1100 to benefit LACASA last year.