Menominee Township or “Township of Menominee” is one of 14 General townships located in Menominee County, Michigan. It is the township closest to the City of Menominee. The township’s population is about 3500 and its SEV is $152.1 million dollars.
Unlike the Menominee County offices, which have regular business hours, the township government body is not a full-time organization. It doesn’t have an administrative staff to provide some of the same services as the county can. If the township had a administrative officer, secretary or if it was a Charter Township having a Superintendent, it would be able to perform more day to day administrative functions and the hall would be open to the public.
Menominee Township has 5 elected officials; Supervisor, Clerk, Treasurer and 2 trustees with specific responsibilities. In accordance with state law; all 5 make up the Menominee Township Board of Trustees and also is part of a 10 person Joint Fire and Transfer Station Board with Ingallston Township. All 5 board members are paid the same salary for the Board of Trustee Function. The board as a whole represents the local public on Township Issues and Actions in accordance with State Law (MCL 41.1a-41.805) and all 5 board members have responsibilities for maintaining the township's fiduciary health.
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Menominee Township Hall:
N2283 0-1 Drive
Menominee, MI 49858