<![CDATA[Charter Township of Clinton - Announcements]]>Mon, 15 Oct 2018 12:01:26 -0400Weebly<![CDATA[Multiple Committee Openings]]>Wed, 10 Oct 2018 14:42:57 GMThttp://clintontownship.com/announcements/multiple-committee-openingsClinton Township has multiple committee openings. Terms for the following committees are opening:
  • 1 Term on the Civil Service Commission
  • 3 Terms on the Zoning Board of Appeals
  • 4 Terms on the Board of Reviews
  • 1 Term on the Historical Commission
  • 3 Terms on the Downtown Development Authority
  • 1 Term on the Housing Commission
Details regarding each of these committees can be found in the documents below:

Civil Service Commission and Zoning Board of Appeals Descriptions
Board of Reviews and Historical Commission Descriptions
Downtown Development Authority and Housing Commission Descriptions]]>
<![CDATA[Appraiser III Job Opening]]>Tue, 02 Oct 2018 15:19:36 GMThttp://clintontownship.com/announcements/appraiser-iii-job-openingClinton Township has an opening for an Appraiser III whom under the general supervision of the Township Assessor and/or Assistant Assessor, responsible for all phases of personal property assessment including canvass, entry, appeals and audits. Is responsible for the performance of the personal property division; supervises the work of technical and/or clerical staff; assists with establishing departmental organization and productivity as it pertains to personal property; works in conjunction with and/or supervises the residential appraisal staff and clerical staff.

Interested, applicants must submit application to the Clinton Township Employees Civil Service Commission on or before the close of business, Monday, October 22, 2018. A full description of the position can be seen in the document below:

Appraiser III Job Posting]]>
<![CDATA[29th Annual Fall Blood Drive]]>Mon, 24 Sep 2018 22:54:41 GMThttp://clintontownship.com/announcements/29th-annual-fall-blood-drive​ 29th Annual Fall Blood Drive

Tues., Oct. 23rd – 8am – 2 pm
Senior Center Gym
For Appt. Call 1-800-RED-CROSS or 586-286-9366]]>
<![CDATA[​Fire Prevention Week Open House]]>Mon, 24 Sep 2018 22:48:32 GMThttp://clintontownship.com/announcements/fire-prevention-week-open-house​Fire Prevention Week Open House. Join us from 12 to 3 p.m. on Saturday, Oct 6th at Fire Department Headquarters/Station 4 at 42601 Romeo Plank Road for demonstrations, activities, and light refreshments.  Kids of all ages are welcome! ]]><![CDATA[Department of Roads Invasive Weed Treatment]]>Wed, 19 Sep 2018 19:22:50 GMThttp://clintontownship.com/announcements/department-of-roads-invasive-weed-treatmentFrom September 24 to approximately October 15 the Macomb County Department of Roads will be working in partnership with our community to treat the invasive weed phragmites growing in road rights of way throughout the community.  Contractors will be spraying the affected ditches sometime during that time frame. Residents who wish to opt out of having the treatment done on road right-of-way adjoining their property may do so by placing a sign stating “Do Not Spray” at both ends of their property along the road right of way.

Our community is glad to be working together as part of a coordinated effort to manage invasive species in the region.  We are a part of the Lake St. Clair CISMA—Cooperative Invasive Species Management Area—made up of partners from Macomb, St. Clair and part of Oakland County.  Recently our efforts received coverage on our local news outlets.  Follow the links below to see the stories. 
 
https://www.clickondetroit.com/news/oakland-county-communities-band-together-to-battle-invasive-phragmites-plant-species
 
 https://www.clickondetroit.com/live-in-the-d/dont-be-fooled-by-invasive-species
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<![CDATA[Expired or Unused Medicine Disposal Event]]>Thu, 13 Sep 2018 13:30:03 GMThttp://clintontownship.com/announcements/expired-or-unused-medicine-disposal-eventKeep our community and our youth safe! Be part of the National DEA Prescription Drug Take Back Day. Expired or unused medicine can be dropped off at the Clinton Township Police Department Lobby or the Macomb County Sheriff Department Lobby on Saturday, October 27, 2018 from 10 am - 2 pm.
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<![CDATA[Committee Openings]]>Wed, 12 Sep 2018 11:37:43 GMThttp://clintontownship.com/announcements/committee-openingsThere are five terms expiring on the Conservation Committee. The committee meets on the second Thursday of each month at 5:30 p.m. Terms are for three years expiring 11/30/21.  ​There are four terms expiring on the Cultural Diversity Committee. The committee meets the last Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. Terms are for two years expiring 11/30/20.  Interested individuals please click here for more information on both committees.]]><![CDATA[Multiple Committee Vacanices]]>Fri, 07 Sep 2018 19:39:32 GMThttp://clintontownship.com/announcements/multiple-committee-vacanicesMultiple committees have terms up for appointment. The Arboretum Committee has three terms. The Parks and Recreation Committee has two terms. The Planning Commission has three terms. Information about all these committees and the application deadline can be viewed by opening the document below:

Committee Vacancy Information]]>
<![CDATA[Notice of Property Sale]]>Thu, 06 Sep 2018 14:38:26 GMThttp://clintontownship.com/announcements/notice-of-property-saleThe Charter Township of Clinton is desirous of selling certain parcels of land, without warranties, or representation as to condition and upon terms of sale, requiring payment of the full sales price, without contingencies, within three (3) days from the date of proposed award. A listing of the parcels, along with a Bid Packet, may be obtained from the Clinton Township Department of Planning and Community Development, 40700 Romeo Plank, Clinton Township, MI 48038 during normal business hours, or online at www.clintontownship.com. Sealed proposals are due at the Clinton Township Clerk’s Office, 40700 Romeo Plank, Clinton Township, MI 48038, no later than 2 PM on Thursday, September 20, 2018. Personal delivery is recommended. Residents seeking to make the property a primary residence, or adjoining property owners, may be given preference. For further information or questions, please contact the Department of Planning and Community Development at 586-286-9325.

​The parcels being sold can be seen on the Properties for Sale page under the Planning Department.
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<![CDATA[Clinton Township to Hold Electronics Recycling Event for Its Residents on September 29th]]>Wed, 05 Sep 2018 12:48:13 GMThttp://clintontownship.com/announcements/clinton-township-to-hold-electronics-recycling-event-for-its-residents-on-september-29th​Do you have an old computer, television, or electronic device that you want to dispose of but are not sure how? Well, if you live in Clinton Township, your problem is solved.
 
On Saturday, Sept. 29, from 9 a.m. to noon, you can bring your unwanted electronic devices to the Clinton Township Civic Center to have them properly and safely disposed. It’s a free event with curbside service, which means you don’t have to get out of your car. But you’ll need to roll down your window to show identification proving you are a Clinton Township resident. 
 
“As technology advances and more new products enter the market, the challenge to dispose of outdated electronics increases,” said Township Supervisor Bob Cannon. “We’re holding our recycling event to help Clinton Township residents safely remove their electronic waste in the best possible manner. We intend to make this an annual event,” he said.
 
According to the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), one of the best reasons to hold an electronic waste collection event is to protect the environment. Some electronic devices can contain toxins like lead, cadmium and mercury – all considered hazardous if not disposed of properly. For township residents who are concerned these devices will end up in a local landfill, bringing unwanted electronic devices to a recycling event is the answer.
 
Acceptable electronic wastes include almost anything with a power cord that isn’t on the unacceptable list below. This includes computers and accessories, printers, cell phones, home phones, radios, stereo systems, CD players, TV’s, DVD and Blu-Ray players, fax machines, photocopiers, typewriters and word processors, game consoles and accessories.
 
Unacceptable wastes include household hazardous waste, latex and oil-based paint, explosives, flares, fireworks, weapons and ammunition, radioactive waste, industrial and commercial waste, compressed gas cylinders, trash, tires, yard waste, appliances and white goods, Freon-containing items, medications and syringes.
 
The DEQ recommends that before recycling your old computer or other electronic devices, make sure that the data in them is completely deleted. For tips on deletion, contact a local computer repair center.]]>