Crystal Lake Township, MICHIGAN
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VOTING RESULTS: Out of more than 900 qualified voters in Crystal Lake Township, 252 went to the poles on Aug 6. 145 people voted to prohibit recreational marijuana establishments in the township and 107 voted to not prohibit them. Thus, no recreational marijuana establishments will be allowed to exist in Crystal lake Township.
Another Township Issue up for a Vote November 5, 2019. CLT's constituency will be asked whether they wish to renew the current township millage. Click Here for exact wording of the resolution.
Are you located in a flood plain? FEMA (the Federal Emergency Management Agency) will be conducting a a Consultation Coordination Officer (CCO) meeting scheduled for 2-4 PM Wednesday August 14 at the Benzie County Government Center, in the Commissioners' Room. A public open house is scheduled for 5-7 PM where members of the public can drop in to review new preliminary floodplain maps and learn about flood risks in their community.
Roads and More! Comment today on MDOT long-range plan:
The Michigan Department of Transportation is now taking public comment on its long-range transportation plan, known as Michigan Mobility 2045 (MM 2045), to establish a vision and priorities for Michigan transportation for 25 years. After gathering feedback, MDOT will share a final draft of the plan and extend invitations for more targeted public engagement activities in May. Anyone may view and provide comments on MM 2045 online - www.michiganmobility.org.
Comments may also be sent to MDOT...
firstname.lastname@example.org or shared with MDOT's social media sites at www.facebook.com/michigandot or www.twitter.com/michigandot. Mailed comments may be sent to Anita Richardson, Michigan Mobility 2045, Michigan Department of Transportation, Van Wagoner Transportation Building, 425 W. Ottawa St., P.O. Box 30050, Lansing, MI 48909.
MICHIGAN LEGISLATURE CHANGES FIREWORKS LAW
Since 2013, Michiganders have endured commercial-grade fireworks blasting in their neighborhoods for 30 days each year. Pet owners and parents complained that the noise scared their dogs and woke their sleeping children. Now, a package of bills passed by the Legislature will provide relief. House Bills 5939 and 5941, sponsored by Rep. Jim Lilly (R-Park Twp.), and HB 5940, sponsored by Rep. John Chirkun (D-Roseville), are now Public Acts 633, 634 and 635 of 2018. Here are some of the highlights as they might pertain to Crystal Lake Township: READ THE NEW MICHIGAN FIREWORKS LAW - PDF
Meetings & Events
All meetings at the CLT Township Hall at 7 P.M.,
unless otherwise noted.
Township Regular Mtg. - 2nd Tues. of each month
Planning Comm. Mtg. - 4th Wed. of each month
Junk/Clean Up/Recycling Days for 2019