Boards, Commissions, and Committees
Acts as part of the checks and balances in the Michigan property tax code. They only meet by State mandate in March, July, and December. At the March meeting they address disputes between the resident and the assessor concerning assessment values. In July and December they amend errors and other mistakes as well as grant exemptions that may be found on tax invoices.
Hears appeals and requests for variances from the Resort Township Zoning Ordinance, and interprets any unclear provisions in the zoning ordinance. Following Public Notice and Public Hearing the Board decides whether to approve or deny appeals and requests.
Prepares, reviews, and updates a master plan as a guide for development within Resort Township. Meets monthly to take action on petitions, proposals, and Township Board requests for amendments to the zoning ordinance.
Monitors current park operations and explores future opportunities for parks and preserves and infrastructure improvements within the township. The committee then advises the Township Board of Trustees on potential action(s) to best benefit our community.
Ready to Serve?
Interested in serving your community on a board, commission, or committee? Consider applying for an open position by completing the Resort Township Board, Commission, and Committee Application.