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Howell Area

Howell Public Schools -  www.howellschools.com

Pinckney Public Schools - www.pinckneyschools.org

Brighton Public Schools - http://bas.k12.mi.us/

Fowlerville Public Schools - http://www.fvl.k12.mi.us/

Howell Area Fire Authority - http://www.howellfire.net/

Cleary University - www.cleary.edu

Howell Area Chamber of Commerce -  www.howell.org 

                                         Howell Carnegie Library -  www.howelllibrary.org  

LESA
This link takes you to Great Start Livingston Education Program.  http://greatstartlivingston.org

Parks & Recreation Information - www.howellrecreation.org
Marion Township is a participating member of the Howell Area Recreation Dept. To obtain class schedules and information you may reach them at 546-0693 or stop in at 925 W. Grand River, Howell. To obtain information about the Senior Center you may call 545-0219. Information is also available via the internet.

MHOG Utility Bill Payment - genoa.merchanttransact.com
Marion Township Residents may pay their water and sewer bills online by using this link to access the MHOG utility billing site. Master Card and Visa are the credit cards that are accepted for payment purposes. 

Livingston County

Advantage Livingston            https://www.facebook.com/advantagelivingston

Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency - www.olhsa.org 
Information and referral call center for Livingston County health, human and community service needs. The phone number is 517-548-0211. 

Health Scepter 
This website was founded by a physician in southeast Michigan. The website was formed to advocate for cash-paying patients and to give them quality tools to navigate through the cash-based medical system. By organizing current online data on transparent medical prices in a straight-forward, focused way, vital access to primary care services will increase. We hope you  can benefit from this information.     http://www.healthscepter.com

   Drug Dangers   www.DrugDangers.com

This website is committed to providing the latest information on a range of medications and medical devices that have complications associated with them. This is for informational purposes only.

                                                   Livingston County Offices

                            www.co.livingston.mi.us      or      LivingstonLive.org

Census Circular 

Livingston County Department of Public Health

The following link http://images.livingstonlive.org/eh/SearchForm.aspx has been provided to search, view and print well and septic documents from the department's web page by the Department of Public Health. The link  will enable realtor's, builders, well and septic contractors, local units of government and the general public access to well logs; water sample results; as-built septic tank and drain field locations; soil evaluations on existing properties where a building has been completed etc. There are multiple search features including by address; road, owner or contractor name. The site is very intuitive and the "help" feature also assists in simplifying the various search alternatives. If you have any questions please call for additional information @
 (517) 552-6865

County Drain Commission - livingston.mi.us/SolidWaste      

Phase II Watershed Information - www.livingstonwater.org  

Livingston County Road Commission - www.Livingstonroads.org

Livingston County Road Commission phone # is 546-4250.                

Livingston Solid Waste - http://co.livingston.mi.us/SolidWaste. 
If you would like to speak with someone about recycling or solid waste disposal, 
please call 517-545-9609.

LETS - LETS Website   LETS brochure
LETS transports people in Livingston County. You may also use them as transportation outside the County for round trip appointments. Their phone number is 546-6600.         

                                                        Recycle Livingston
Recycling services are available to Residents from Recycle Livingston. Annual membership fee is $27 per  household or $22 for households for those 62 or older. Hours of operation are Saturdays 9 a.m.1 p.m. and Wednesdays 11a.m.5:30p.m. Membership application forms are available @ www.recyclelivingston.org/membership.html or by visiting the center during recycling hours. The recycling center is located at 170 Catrell Street in Howell. Business memberships can be arranged by calling the office at 517-548-4439. 

Livingston County History - www.LivGenMI.com 

www.memoriallibrary.com/Trans/RRGaz 

LACASA - http://www.lacasacenter

They offer free and confidential services, there is a 24 hour hotline @ 866-522-2725.

State of Michigan

State of Michigan - www.michigan.gov 

Governor Rick Snyderhttp://www.michigan.gov/snyder

Michigan Statutes & Public Acts - http://www.legislature.mi.gov/

Information on Special Assessments -  Public Act-188-of-1954

Information on Public/ Private Cemeteries- PublicAct-46-of-1931

Check to see if you are registered to vote www.michigan.gov/vote

Michigan Township Association - http://www.michigantownships.org/

 District Representative - Cindy Denby 
 The office contact is 1-866-828-4863 or 517-373-8835, e-mail 
@ CindyDenby@house.mi.gov

State Senator - Joe Hune
The office contact is 517-373-2420 or e-mail @ SenJHune@senate.michigan.gov

Michigan Works - http://www.lcmw.org  

Michigan Department of Agriculture & Rural Development - www.michigan.gov/mda

Pothole Hotline - www.michigan.gov/mdot
A new hotline has been created to report potholes. The phone number is 1-888-296-4546, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.   

SEMCOG - www.semcog.org
SEMCOG (Southeast Michigan Council of Governments). Information available includes transportation, planning, population, watershed protection & clean water info.

Huron-Clinton Metro Parks - http://www.metroparks.com/

Federal Offices

White House - whitehouse.gov

United States Congress - mikerogers.house.gov
Mike Rogers represents Marion Township.

               United States Senate - stabenow.senate.gov
Debbie Stabenow represents Marion Township.  

Identity Theft 
The Federal Trade Commission has launched a website to help residents protect themselves against identity theft. The website is www.ftc.gov, click on the link to identity theft when you get to their website. There is additional information you may find useful on their website.

Information is also available by phone @ 1-877-ID-THEFT (438-4338) 
or by writing to:         

Consumer Response Center, Federal Trade Commission
600 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, H-130
Washington, DC 20580

Homeland Security -  www.ready.gov.  

US Codes and Regulations - www.gpoaccess.gov/index.html
The following link is provided to help you access the Code of Federal Regulations. The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) is the codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by the executive departments and agencies of the Federal Government. It is divided into 50 titles that represent broad areas subject to Federal regulation. Each volume of the CFR is updated once each calendar year and is issued on a quarterly basis.  

National Recreation/Parks Association - http://www.nrpa.org
There are several items available on this website with different activities listed including a calendar with activities listed for various daily activities.  

Miscellaneous

Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency - www.olhsa.org 
The information and referral call center for Livingston County health, human and community service needs. Their phone number is 517-548-0211.             

Huron River Watershed - www.hrwc.org.

Cable Problems? 
You may call the Township during regular business hours to leave your name and the nature of your problem. You may also e-mail the DPW department at the Township. The e-mail address is
mariondpw@ameritech.netWe will forward a list of resident's names to the Cable company of anyone who may have experienced service problems. We will also be retaining the list for future reference. The phone number for Charter is 1-888-438-2427.

Michigan Statutes and Public Acts
The following link gives you information on all Statutes and Public Acts for the State of Michigan.   http://www.legislature.mi.gov/

Additional Links
If you have any suggestions for other links you may find helpful, please e-mail
publicworks@mariontownship.com