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HAMPTON TOWNSHIP BOARD OF TRUSTEES Minimize

Steve Wisniewski - Supervisor


Pamela Wright - Clerk

  

Donna Samyn - Treasurer

Frances DeWyse - Trustee

Thomas Foret - Trustee

Paul Hugo - Trustee

 

Donald Klass - Trustee Biography

 

 

Regular Meeting Schedule

 

Regular meetings are normally held on the first and third Mondays of each month, beginning at 7:00 p.m.. Township Board meetings are held in the Board Room at the Hampton Township Administrative Offices, 801 W. Center Road.

 
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Statutory Duties for Michigan's Elected Township Officials

"Township government is conducted by a township board consisting of either five or seven members, depending upon the desires of the inhabitants and whether or not the township has a population of over 5,000, over 3,000 unregistered electors or is a charter township. The officers of the board are designated supervisor, clerk, treasurer and trustee, with the trustees numbering either two or four. The township board may also serve in other specific capacities, such as a park or utility board.

The term of office for all township officials is four years. The terms commence at 12 p.m. on November 20 following the November general election, provided the newly elected officials have qualified for office by that time. To qualify, a successful candidate must file any necessary bond and take an oath of office before the township clerk or other officer qualified to administer the oath, such as a county clerk, notary public or judge. Other township officers authorized to administer the oath are the deputy clerk, supervisor and deputy supervisor."*

*Excerpt from the Michigan Townships Association Web Site

 

Township Trustee’s Statutory Duties

  • Township legislators, required to vote on all issues
  • Responsible for township’s fiduciary health
  • Other duties as assigned by board
 
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