Township Board

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Mission Statement

Delivering premier services to Grand Blanc Township through excellent customer service and continuous improvement, while encouraging growth.

Meetings

  • 6 pm
  • Every Other Tuesday
  • Township Government Center
    5371 S Saginaw Street
    Grand Blanc, MI 48480

2024 Meeting Schedule (PDF)

Agendas, Minutes & Videos

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes

2020 to 2024 Board of Trustees

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    Scott Bennett

    Supervisor

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    Mark Kilmer

    Treasurer

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    Dave Robertson

    Clerk

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    Joel Feick

    Trustee

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    Sarah Hugo

    Trustee

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    Jude Rariden

    Trustee

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    Paul White

    Trustee

Responsibilities

Like the supervisor, clerk, and treasurer, the trustees are members of the township board with an equal vote in legislative and administrative government decisions within the jurisdiction of the township board. Unlike the supervisor, clerk, and treasurer, however, trustees are not delegated specific statutory duties and responsibilities. As previously indicated, trustees serve terms of four years just like the supervisor, clerk, and treasurer.

In townships having a population of 5,000 or more, or having 3,000 or more qualified and registered electors as shown by registration records at the close of registration for the November election, four trustees may be elected (MCL 168.358(3)). The four trustees shall be elected at the first regular township election held after the additional trustees have been authorized.

As the name implies, a trustee is an individual placed in a position of public trust with fiduciary responsibilities to manage the affairs of the township for the best interests of the public. The trustee has the responsibility to attend township board meetings and participate in decisions and deliberations.

Trustees should be given an opportunity to investigate and study important decisions before voting. Trustees are frequently given additional duties and responsibilities by township board action.