<![CDATA[CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF CLINTON - Announcements]]>Mon, 17 Jun 2019 14:02:58 -0400Weebly<![CDATA[Planning Commission Vacancy]]>Mon, 10 Jun 2019 18:03:50 GMThttp://clintontownship.com/announcements/planning-commission-vacancyClick Above for details.
There is one partial vacant term on the Clinton Township Planning Commission, This is a partial term to
expire on November 30, 2020. The commission is a nine (9) member board that advises township officials in matters of planning and development of the community, prepares plans and makes recommendations for landuse and the environment and provides citizen review and recommendations on planning-related matters to the Township Board. The Planning Commission is responsible for the preparation and adoption of the Township Master Plan and provides recommendations to the Township Board on the Zoning Ordinance and development proposals the Planning Commission has reviewed. The Planning Commission meets the second and fourth Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. Members must be a citizen residing in Clinton Township. Members of the Planning Commission serve a 3 year term. Interested individuals, must complete an Application for Appointment which can be downloaded off the web site at www.clintontownship.com (click the dropdown menu under “Departments” and then click on “Township Committees”. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on “Application for Appointment”) or obtain one from the Trustee’s Office. The deadline to submit an application is August 9, 2019. Please mail application
Clinton Township Civic Center, ATTN: Stephanie Mittelstedt, 40700 Romeo Plank, CT, 48038 or email
to s.mittelstedt@clintontownship-mi.gov All applications received by the Administrative Assistant will be distributed to all board members after the deadline of posting has been met and will be included in the Board of Trustee’s agenda packet which is publicly available. An invitation will be extended to all applicants to attend the Board of Trustee’s meeting on August 26, 2019 for an “Introduction of Appointment Applicants.” The “Appointments to the Planning Commissionwill be on the Board of Trustees agenda for the September 9, 2019 meeting. For additional information, please contact Stephanie Mittelstedt, Administrative Assistant at 586.286.9366 

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<![CDATA[Quinn Road Cleanup-Click Here!]]>Mon, 10 Jun 2019 15:12:55 GMThttp://clintontownship.com/announcements/quinn-road-cleanupPicture

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<![CDATA[Economic Development Corporation Committee Opening]]>Thu, 06 Jun 2019 20:26:54 GMThttp://clintontownship.com/announcements/economic-development-corporation-committee-openingClick above for details
There is one term expiring Economic Development Corporation. This partial term is
for three years and expires July 10, 2022. The committee meets, as necessary on the second Tuesday of the month, 7:30 a.m., at the Township Civic Center. The purpose of the EDC is to encourage economic growth and development in the community, particularly industrial based. It is also to review tax exemptions for industrial businesses. Interested individuals, and those seeking re-appointment must complete an Application
for Appointment which can be downloaded off the web site at www.clintontownship.com (click the dropdown menu under “Departments” and then click on “Township Committees”. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on “Application for Appointment”) or obtain one from the Trustee’s Office. The deadline to submit an application is August 5, 2019. Please mail or drop off application to the Township
ATTN: Stephanie Mittelstedt Administrative Assistant, 40700 Romeo Plank, CT,
48038 or email to: s.mittelstedt@clintontownship-mi.gov
All applications received by the Administrative Assistant will be distributed to all board
members after the deadline of posting has been met and will be included in the Board of
Trustee’s agenda packet which is publicly available.
An invitation will be extended to all applicants to attend the Board of Trustee’s meeting on
August 26, 2019 for an “Introduction of Appointment Applicants. The “Appointments to
the Economic Development Corporation”, will be on the Board of Trustee’s agenda for the
September 9, 2019 meeting. For additional information, please contact Stephanie Mittelstedt, Administrative Assistant at 586.286.9366. 

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<![CDATA[Compensation Committee Opening]]>Thu, 06 Jun 2019 18:33:28 GMThttp://clintontownship.com/announcements/compensation-committee-openingClink above for details.
There is one term expiring on the Compensation Commission for Township Elected
Officials. This is a five year term to expire on August 14, 2024. The Commission shall determine the salary of each Township elected official unless the Township Board by resolution adopted by two thirds of the members elected to and serving on the Board rejects the determination. The Commission shall meet not more than fifteen session days in each odd number year. Interested individuals, and those seeking re-appointment must complete an Application
for Appointment which can be downloaded off the web site at www.clintontownship.com (click the dropdown menu under “Departments” and then click on “Township Committees”. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on “Application for Appointment”) or obtain one from the Trustee’s Office. The deadline to submit an application is August 5, 2019. Please mail or drop off application to Clinton
Township, ATTN: Stephanie Mittelstedt Administrative Assistant, 40700 Romeo
Plank, CT, 48038 or email to: s.mittelstedt@clintontownship-mi.gov
All applications received by the Administrative Aide will be distributed to all board members
after the deadline of posting has been met and will be included in the Board of Trustee’s
agenda packet which is publicly available.
An invitation will be extended to all applicants to attend the Board of Trustee’s meeting on
August 26, 2019, for an “Introduction of Appointment Applicants. The “Appointments
to the Compensation Commission for Township Elected Officials, will be on the Board of
Trustee’s agenda for the September 9, 2019 meeting. For additional information, please contact Stephanie Mittelstedt, Administrative Assistant at 586.286.9366.

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<![CDATA[Road Project Updates]]>Tue, 04 Jun 2019 12:05:44 GMThttp://clintontownship.com/announcements/road-project-updates​ROAD CONSTRUCTION UPDATE
 
The GOLDEN STREET relief sewer, water main and paving project will begin on Monday, June 10th.  This work will occur within the full extents of GOLDEN STREET from Danbury to 15 Mile Road.  The relief sewer and road reconstruction work will be ongoing throughout the summer.  Estimated completion of the relief sewer and road reconstruction work is a week after Labor Day.  The water main replacement work is estimated to be completed by the end of September.  An alternate route for thru traffic is advised during this time.  Local residential access will be maintained by the contractor throughout the duration of this project.

Work continues on GARFIELD RD from Metropolitan Pkwy to Millar. The contractor is milling and patching failures in existing concrete and then laying a three-inch asphalt overlay to be used as the driving surface. Estimated to be open on June 10.

The LAKEWOOD ST rehabilitation project includes drainage and drain work, pavement crushing and shaping, station grading, concrete driveway approaches, HMA paving, and slope restoration. Local traffic only. Estimated completion is June 25.
The PICTON COURT RDWY reconstruction from Kentvale Drive to Cul-de-Sac project includes sewer work, pavement removal, station grading, aggregate base, concrete curb, concrete driveway approaches, HMA paving, and slope restoration. Local traffic only. Estimated completion is June 25.

THORTON ST and TESSENS DR, from Theodore St. to Braden St. includes a portion of approaches at each cross street, HMA paving, slope restoration, and punch list items. Estimated completion is June 25.

Traffic is prohibited from using the WEYBRIDGE ST and LITTLE MACK intersection, while concrete is fixed, and resurfaced with asphalt. Local residents should plan for delays and seek alternative routes to enter and exit properties located around the intersection. Estimated to be open to traffic on June 14.
 
ABELA ST water main replacement is substantially completed. Road estimated completion is August 2.]]>
<![CDATA[Town Hall Video - How Michigan Marijuana Laws affect stakeholders]]>Fri, 31 May 2019 18:31:11 GMThttp://clintontownship.com/announcements/town-hall-video-how-michigan-marijuana-laws-affect-stakeholdersThe State of Michigan has three laws regarding the use and sale of medical and recreational marijuana. The township invited six panelists to discuss the impact the laws have on our community stakeholders. Panelists: Charlene McGunn, Ph. D. Chippewa Valley Coalition for Youth & Families; Jeffrey M. Schroder, Plunkett Cooney; Anthony Penna, Moore Penna, PLLC; Saqib Nakadar, D.O. , DocGreens Clinic;  Laura Edghill, Fraser School Board President; Donald P. DeNault, Jr., O’Reilly Rancilio. Recorded on May 22, 2019, at the Clinton-Macomb Public Library Main Branch.
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<![CDATA[Gypsy Moth Spraying]]>Thu, 30 May 2019 17:44:43 GMThttp://clintontownship.com/announcements/gypsy-moth-sprayingSpraying to control the Gypsy Moth took place on May 24 at 6:30 a.m. Spraying was approved at the April 8, 2019 Board of Trustees meeting in the amount of $40,000.  Click to see the letter that went out to the residents within the area of spraying. Below are maps of the area sprayed and the area of each pass by the plane.  
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<![CDATA[Clinton Township Night At Jimmy John's]]>Thu, 30 May 2019 15:42:19 GMThttp://clintontownship.com/announcements/jimmy-johns-field-clinton-township-night RSS Feed

Friday June 14th!  Click for information!
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<![CDATA[Notice of Ethics Board Opening]]>Thu, 23 May 2019 16:05:02 GMThttp://clintontownship.com/announcements/notice-of-ethics-board-openingA new Township Board is being formed. The Board of Ethics The initial members of the Board of Ethics shall be appointed for one, two and three year terms of office, respectively, beginning on a July 30, 2019 and thereafter, shall be appointed to three year terms.   The Board of Ethics shall be made up of residents of the Township, who have legal, administrative or other desirable qualifications, and shall serve without any compensation. Members shall not be elected officials, persons appointed to elective office, full time appointed officials, Township employees, nor shall they currently be serving on any Township committee or commission. This particular Board has strict time sensitive deadlines.  Please refer to section VII A (page 13) of the Township Ethics Policy for all stipulations and specifics.   
 
Interested individuals must complete an Application for Appointment which can be downloaded off the web site at www.clintontownship.com (click the dropdown menu under “Departments” and then click on “Township Committees.”  Scroll to the bottom of the page and click on “Application for Appointment”) or obtain one from the Trustee’s OfficeThe deadline to submit an application is June 21, 2019Please mail or drop off application to the Trustee’s Office, ATTN:  Stephanie Mittelstedt, 40700 Romeo Plank, CT, 48038 or email to: s.mittelstedt@clintontownship-mi.gov .
 
All applications received by the Administrative Assistant will be distributed to all board members after the deadline of posting has been met and will be included in the Board of Trustee’s agenda packet which is publicly available.
 
An invitation will be extended to all applicants to attend the Board of Trustee’s meeting on July 15, 2019 for an “Introduction of Appointment Applicants”.  The “Appointments to the Ethics Policy Board”, will be on the Board of Trustee’s agenda for the July 29, 2019 meeting.  
 
For additional information, please contact Stephanie Mittelstedt, Administrative Assistant at 586.286.9366. 
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<![CDATA[Memorial Day Rubbish Collection]]>Mon, 20 May 2019 16:45:13 GMThttp://clintontownship.com/announcements/memorial-day-rubbish-collection​There will be no rubbish collection on Monday, May 27, 2019, Memorial Day.  Residents scheduled for a Monday pickup will have their rubbish picked up on Tuesday, and rubbish collection will remain one day behind schedule all week with Friday's pickup on Saturday.
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