CLERK & ELECTIONS
May 8, 2018 Election
Operating Millage Proposal
On May 8, Macomb county voters will consider a 20-year operating millage renewal and restoration for Macomb Community College. The current operating millage, which accounts for 26 percent of the college's revenue (or $36,320,000) will expire in 2020. This millage is vital to the operations of the College. Without it, the College would be forced to greatly reduce programs and services for students and the community, and/or substantially increase tuition
This proposal combines, restores, and continues prior operational and technology millages at the same level as initially approved by voters in 2000. For a home with a taxable value of $50,000 (saleable value of $100,000), this will result in an increase of less than $3 per year.
MACOMB COMMUNITY COLLEGE
STATE OF MICHIGAN
OPERATING MILLAGE PROPOSAL
This Proposal would permit the College to levy 1.464 mills for a period of twenty years, which will support general operations including technology. This Proposal combines, restores and continues prior operational and technology millages at the same level as initially approved by voters in 2000 for 1.464 mills, which are set to expire in 2020.
Shall prior authorizations increasing the limitation on the total amount of operating taxes which may be imposed on all taxable property within the Community College District of the County of Macomb, be replaced and continued in the amount of 1.4072 mills and increased in the amount of 0.0568 mills for a total authorization of 1.464 mills ($1.46 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation), for a period of twenty (20) years, 2018 to 2038, inclusive, to provide funds for operating purposes including technology? This operating millage, if approved and levied, would provide estimated operating revenues to the College of $38,000,000 during the 2018 calendar year.
Kim Meltzer grew up in Marysville, MI. and graduated from Marysville High School. Always involved in various sports, Kim focused most of her athletic abilities in the area of figure skating. Kim participated in many competitions in the U.S. and Canada before registering with the USFSA –United States Figure Skating Association as a professional figure skating instructor. Kim also trained to become a personal fitness instructor and worked with both youth and seniors training in fitness specific sports.
Kim has a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Wayne State University but did not pursue this degree until after she gave birth to her three children. Kim enjoys learning and believes it is never too late to learn. Kim was influenced to study the political arena by her children. She wanted to participate in making the community they grew up in, a better place.
Kim and her husband, Clarence own and operate a manufacturing company in Macomb County and employ Macomb County residents. Kim is passionate about manufacturing and advocates for it at every opportunity, saying “in order for the great State of Michigan to rebound economically, we must manufacture.“
Kim began her political service in 2000 when she won her first election as Trustee to the Clinton Twp. Board of Trustees. Kim served one term and ran for the State House of Representatives where she served two terms before being elected to the position of Clinton Twp. Clerk in 2012.
While a state representative Kim served as vice-chair of Tax Policy, Commerce, Urban Policy and was vice-chair of the committee on Ethics and Elections. With her experience as a job provider and her focus on job creation, Kim advocated for policies that would bring manufacturing back to Michigan. Kim also received much recognition for her accomplishments with the Macomb Food Pantry and Michigan Legislative Anti-Hunger Caucus. As Clerk Kim will continue to support programs that will help Clinton Twp. residents eradicate hunger.
Kim is grateful for your confidence in her ability to lead as your Clinton Twp. Clerk and is committed to lead with integrity and efficiency.
Clinton River Watershed Council
The Clinton River Watershed Council, CRWC, has launched Water Towns, a new community-based initiative designed to help towns and cities in the watershed leverage the assets of the Clinton River and Lake St. Clair for water oriented community development. Clinton Township received a $5000 grant that helped pay for the implementation of the shoreline vegetation along the Civic Center Pond. If you would like to learn more about the CRWC, you can visit their website at www.crwc.org.
Kim Meltzer - Chairperson
Joe Aragona - Commissioner
Mike Keys - Commissioner
Clerk Phone: (586) 286-9422
Elections Phone: (586) 286-9420
FAX: (586) 723-8181
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Voter Registration and Eligibility Requirements Voter Registration and Eligibility Requirements
To be eligible to register to vote in Michigan you must be:
You must be registered at least 30 days before Election Day to vote.
Michigan law states that the same address must be used for voter registration and driver's license purposes. That means, if the residence address you provide on the application differs from the address shown on a driver's license or personal identification card issued by the State of Michigan, the Secretary of State will automatically change your driver's license or personal ID card address to match the residence address entered on this form. If a change is made, the Secretary of State will mail you an address update sticker for your driver's license or personal ID card.
If you have never voted in Michigan and submit your registration application through the mail or at a voter registration drive, you must appear in person to vote in the first election in which you wish to participate. This requirement does not apply if:
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If you have never registered to vote in Michigan and choose to mail in your application, you will need to meet a Federal identification requirement. This means you must either:
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Voter Registration Deadline Voter Registration Deadline
The Registration Deadline is 30 days before an election (mail in registrations must be postmarked 30 days prior to an election).
If you change your address after the Registration Deadline, for that election you will need to vote in your previous location one last time.
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Whenever you move to a new city or township, or you change your address within a city or township, you must update your address. This can be handled through the Township Clerk, at a Secretary of State Branch office, by mail, or at any other location where voter registrations are accepted.
Michigan voters must use the same residential address for voter registration and driver's license purposes. Consequently, if you submit a driver's license address change, it will be applied to your voter registration. Similarly, if you submit a voter registration address change, it will be applied to your driver's license and the Secretary of State will mail a sticker for the back of your license. You can change your driver's license address online at https://onlineservices.michigan.gov/expresssos
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To verify your voter registration status, you can visit the Michigan Voter Information Center. You can also view a sample ballot, find your polling location, or monitor the status of your absentee ballot application and ballot.
Absentee Ballot Process Absentee Ballot Process
As a registered voter, you may obtain an absentee ballot if you satisfy one of these statutory reasons:
You can request to be placed on the Permanent Absent Voter list by contacting the Township Clerk at 586-286-9420. An application will be mailed to you prior to each election. You must return the completed application each time to receive an absentee ballot.
Requests to have an absentee ballot mailed to you must be submitted to the Township Clerk no later than 2:00 pm the Saturday before the election.
A first time voter in Michigan who registers to vote by mail must vote in person in the first election in which he or she participates. The restriction does not apply to overseas voters, voters who are handicapped or voters who are 60 years of age or older.
If an emergency, such as a sudden illness or family death, prevents you from reaching the polls on Election Day, you may request an emergency absentee voter ballot. Requests for an emergency ballot must be submitted after the deadline for regular absentee ballots has passed, but before 4:00 pm on Election Day. The emergency must have occurred at a time which made it impossible for you to apply for a regular absentee ballot. The Township Clerk will have more information about emergency absentee voter ballots.
Overseas and Military Voters Overseas and Military Voters
You are a Military or Overseas voter if you are in uniformed services, living overseas OR a spouse or dependent of a uniformed services voter. Utilize the Federal Postcard Application (FPCA) to register to vote and to obtain an absentee ballot. You will receive an absentee ballot for every election in the year that you submit the FPCA. You can track your absentee ballot at the Michigan Voter Information Center.
If you have filled out your ballot and want to use express delivery, you can use the Overseas Vote Foundation's Express Your Vote resource for discounted shipping rates and reliable tracking.
Poll Worker Information Poll Worker Information
In order to be an Election Inspector:
Complete the Election Inspector Application and return it to the Township Clerk.
Polling Place Locator and Hours Polling Place Locator and Hours
Polling places will be open from 7:00 am to 8:00 pm on Election Day.
Visit the Michigan Voter Information Center to find your polling location and to view a sample ballot.
Provisions for Voters with Disabilities Provisions for Voters with Disabilities
Any action or physical barrier that prevents voters with disabilities from casting a ballot is unacceptable. To ensure that proper accessibility is maintained, federal and state laws require polling places to remove or make accommodations for any barriers that prevent voters with disabilities from voting.
The ExpressVote Voter Assist Terminal is an optical scan ballot marker designed for use by people who are unable to personally mark an optical scan ballot due to physical impairments or language barriers, although it can also be used by other voters. There is an ExpressVote at every precinct.
If you require assistance in casting a ballot, you may choose a person to help you provided that the person is not your employer, an agent of your employer, or an officer or agent of your union.
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The Clinton Township Clerk’s office accepts passport applications on behalf of the U.S. Department of State. As a certified application acceptance agency, the Clerk’s staff is required to be trained and certified, and sends applications and materials to the U.S. Department of State’s office for processing. Routine processing time takes 4 to 6 weeks. Expedited processing in 3-4 weeks is available for an additional fee.
U.S. Citizens planning international travel may apply for their passports at Clinton Township Clerk’s Office, 40700 Romeo Plank Road, on a walk-in basis, Monday – Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Late night appointments, 4:00 p.m. – 6:30 p.m., are available on the first and third Thursdays of each month. See the links below to make an appointment.
Applicants are required to bring the following items with them:
The fees charged are set by the U.S. Department of State. The passport fee made payable to the U.S. Dept. of State. Click here for a complete list of passport fees.
Applications are available at the Township Clerk’s office, or you can click here for more information and an online application form.
Late Night Passport Signup
- All applications for appointment to boards, commissions and/or committees that the Board of Trustees shall have authority to make shall be submitted to all Board members and voted upon by the Board. By State Statue, the Planning Commission, and the Downtown Development Authority Members are appointed by the Township Supervisor with the Township Board of Trustees approval.
- Sixty days prior to any committee expiration date, a notice of intended vacancy will be posted by the Administrative Aide on our cable channel, township bulletin board and on our township web site. Board members will be advised as well.
- Interested individuals must complete an Application for Appointment which can be downloaded off the website or obtained from the Trustee’s Office. Those wishing to be re-appointed will also be required to complete an application.
- All applications will be submitted to the Administrative Aide in the Trustee’s Office by the cut-off date as specified on the posting.
- 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.
- The Administrative Aide shall invite applicants to attend the Board of Trustee’s meeting for an “Introduction of Appointment Applicants” during a Board of Trustee’s meeting.
- A letter will be prepared placing an “Introduction of Appointment Applicants” on the Board of Trustee’s agenda following the application cutoff date.
- A letter will be prepared placing the appointment(s) on the Board of Trustee’s agenda after the “Introduction of Appointment Applicants” is held.
- In the event a term is vacated due to resignation, the same process will be followed once notification of said resignation has been received in the Trustees Office.
- Committee appointments that fall to the Township Supervisor by statue or committee by-laws will also be posted as a courtesy to all.
- The Administrative Aide will coordinate and oversee the process maintaining all records on committee appointments. Please submit application to Debbie Staller, Administrative Aide: email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone – 586-286-9366.
Application for Appointment