Category Archives: Government

Township Hall closed Monday, Tuesday; trash collection one day behind next week

Scott Bolthouse–The Huron Hub

Township hall will be closed Monday due to the Memorial Day holiday, and Tuesday due to a collective bargaining agreement floating holiday requirement.

Trash collection in the township will also be delayed one day next week due to the holiday.

Have safe and happy Memorial Day weekend!

–Scott Bolthouse

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Community-wide garage sale scheduled for every weekend in July

A community-wide garage sale has been scheduled this summer for every weekend in July in Huron Township.

The Board of Trustees approved the motion for the July weekend sales during Wednesday’s board meeting.

To have your garage sale added to a list that will be available to the community, call the clerk’s office at 734-753-4466.

–Scott Bolthouse

Here is the agenda for Wednesday’s board meeting

Scott Bolthouse–The Huron Hub

By Scott BolthouseHub Editor—ScottBolthouse@HuronHub.com

Here is the agenda for the May 23 Board of Trustees meeting.

For more information about agenda items, visit the township’s civic portal by clicking here. At that link, you can view an attachment file linked to each item.

The board meets Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at Township Hall, 22950 Huron River Drive in New Boston.

Trustee vacancy on the agenda for the May 9 board meeting

 

Scott Bolthouse–The Huron Hub

By Scott BolthouseHub Editor—ScottBolthouse@HuronHub.com

The vacant trustee position on the township board will be addressed during the May 9 meeting.

Six Huron Township residents have applied for the position, which will be decided by the board and held by the chosen candidate until the 2018 election.

During that election, a two year trustee position will be voted on by residents.

The trustee position was left vacant after former Clerk Kathleen Van Wasshnova retired and current Clerk Jeremy Cady was appointed to the position.

Cady was a trustee on the board before he was appointed as clerk, leaving the seat vacant.

The residents who applied for the position are: Angie Cady; Christine Gamber-McLennon; David Haener; Walter Irodenko; Donna Mendrysa; Candace Myshock.

The board has requested that all candidates be present during Wednesday’s board meeting, during which, each candidate will have a chance to speak.

 

Here is the full agenda for the meeting:

For more information about agenda items, visit the township’s civic portal, where you can view an attachment file linked to each item providing more details.

The board meets Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at Township Hall, 22950 Huron River Drive in New Boston.


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Here is the agenda for Wednesday’s board meeting

Scott Bolthouse–The Huron Hub


By Scott BolthouseHub Editor—ScottBolthouse@HuronHub.com

Here is the agenda for the April 25 Board of Trustees meeting.

For more information about agenda items, visit the township’s civic portal, where you can view an attachment file linked to each item providing more details.

The board meets Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at Township Hall, 22950 Huron River Drive in New Boston.

Cady appoints Julie Martin as deputy clerk

Deputy Clerk Julie Martin

By Scott BolthouseHub Editor—ScottBolthouse@HuronHub.com

Recently appointed Clerk Jeremy Cady has chosen Julie Martin as his deputy clerk.

Related: Cady appointed to clerk in Huron Township

Martin, a resident of Huron Township for 25 years, has been working at Township Hall as payroll clerk for the last two years.

She has experience with six years as an election worker, four years as a recruiting specialist, three years as a customer service representative and seven years as an administrative assistant.

“Julie Martin has been invaluable to the employees of Huron Township as well as the residents in the past two years she has been with the township,” Cady said.

The deputy clerk serves under the township clerk and is required by law to act in the absence of the clerk under several situations.

“Julie has shown her ability to be an extremely dependable public servant and I am extremely fortunate to have been able to appoint a deputy who will truly be an asset to me and to the clerk’s office. This is the type of team I want to put together to serve the residents of our township as well as the employees of the township,” Cady said.

Martin is a wife, mother of four, a grandmother to three granddaughters, and is an active member in St. Stephen Catholic Church.

Cady appointed to clerk in Huron Township

Jeremy Cady (left) was appointed as temporary clerk Monday, a position he will hold until the 2018 election. Cady was sworn in at township hall Wednesday by State Rep. Darrin Camilleri (D-Brownstown Township). Photo courtesy of Jeremy Cady.

By Scott BolthouseHub Editor—ScottBolthouse@HuronHub.com

Jeremy Cady, a trustee elected in 2016, was appointed to township clerk during a special board meeting Monday evening.

The position became vacant when former Clerk Kathleen Van Wasshnova retired from office citing personal reasons during the March 28 board meeting.

Cady will serve in the full time position until the 2018 election.

“I want to thank the Board of Trustees for appointing me Township Clerk until the November election. I am humbled and grateful to have my peers think highly enough of me to consider me for the vacancy,” Cady said in a Facebook post.

“I have to thank retired Clerk Van Wasshnova for having the Clerks office completely setup for a smooth transition of power, regardless of who was selected to fill in. What an amazing thing to do when you don’t have to. Such a great show of character on her part. You have done tremendous things for our Township.”

Three other Huron Township residents applied for the position.

View the entire April 9 special board meeting here.

Related: View Cady’s “meet the candidates” letter submitted to the Huron Hub before the 2016 election by visiting this link.