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Writing our township planning chairperson and officials is one of the best ways we can share our position as a community on the proposed special use permit requested by the gravel mining company. Please include both the Township Board and the Planning Commission on any written correspondence.
Depending on how you submit your letter (by US mail, in person or via email) here are some helpful tips:
These tips are helpful to form a paper trail in the event it is needed in the future.
The Cambridge Township Planning Commission has a mission to serve Township citizens with courtesy, integrity, and efficiency, and to provide quality land-use and development evaluations and recommendations designed to maintain and improve the manner in which our citizens live, work, and play.
The commission consists of nine Township resident members appointed by the Supervisor with Township Board approval. By State law, one member of the Township Board shall be a Planning Commission member and all members must be qualified Township electors.
The Cambridge Planning Commission has three main functions:
As a general law township, Cambridge Township is governed by a Board of Trustees comprised of five officers: Supervisor, Treasurer, Clerk, and two Trustees. All positions are elected every four years. The Board of Trustees has several commissions and committees that advise it on a range of issues. Some township boards carry out distinct duties set forth in statute such as the Board of Review and Zoning Board of Appeals. All meetings are held in public, and all interested residents are welcome to join these meetings and contact their elected officials.
Citizens Protect Irish Hills is a non-profit, entirely volunteer organization focused the impact of proposed aggregate (sand and gravel) mining activity in Cambridge Township, MI. Your donation helps our efforts to oppose the gravel pit go that much farther. Thank you for your generosity!
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