P.O. Box 59
Chelsea, MI 48118
12172 Jackson Rd.
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11452 Jackson Rd.
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Washtenaw County Road Commission
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WASHTENAW COUNTY IS LOOKING FOR RESIDENTS TO FILL POSITIONS ON BOARDS, COMMITTEES, AND COMMISSIONS. If you have the time, talent and are committed to being part of a group that can make decisions this is your chance to shine. – learn more by clicking here. Letters of interest and resumes must be submitted by November 5, 2019. Why not make your ideas heard from the front table?
Washtenaw County has formed a Broadband Task Force to address the problem of lack of internet service in rural areas. One goal is to achieve county-wide high-speed broadband access by 2022. Other goals of this Task Force are to identify households without high speed broadband access, assess resident interest in subscribing to high speed broadband if it becomes available, and achieve a state of preparedness in preparation for grants to fund broadband expansion. Some of these goals may be achieved – in part by an already approved and funded survey by the Washtenaw County Commissioners which hopes to determine high speed broadband coverage at the houshould level in 16 rural Washtenaw County townships and to measure resident interest in subscribing to such service if it becomes available. Lima Township will have a BBTF member.
The Township recently received an email regarding fiber installation for internet access for residents living on Parker Road between Jackson and Scio Church Roads. Those interested may contact Washtenaw Fiber LLC via phone at 734-757-3554 or e-mail sales/at/washftth.com. This information has not been checked out so please do your due diligence before making any decisions. Lima Township knows nothing about this company and is not endorsing it.
NO-REASON ABSENTEE VOTING IS FOR EVERYONE. Michigan’s new election laws now allow everyone to vote absentee without a reason. If you would like to be placed on the Lima Township Permanent Absentee Voter’s List, complete the linked form and return to the Township Clerk. Once on this list, you will receive a ballot application for every election. Permanent Absentee Voter Form
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January 14, 2019 Board of Trustees adopts Fire Code Ordinance #6 by reference to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1 Fire Code, 2018 Edition. This fire code has the uniform and enforceable regulations for the safeguarding of life and property from the hazards of fire and explosions. Read More
December 10, 2018 Board of Trustees approves a resolution that will adopt an ordinance to deny any recreational marijuana facilities within Lima Township. Read More