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Township Clerk

Contact 
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Township Clerk
Lynette Wolfgang
(231) 276-9263 ext 100
 
Township Deputy Clerk
Jennifer Rinehart
(231) 276-9263 ext 106
 
 
Office Hours: 7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
Tuesday - Friday 

















Clerk's Duties Include but Aren't Limited to:

Board Member
The Clerk is elected every four years at the time of the Presidential Election and serves as a voting member of the Township Board which includes but it not limited to the following responsibilities:

  • Adopting Township policies
  • Adopting Township ordinances
  • Approving the budget
  • Serving on assigned committees
     

Election Administration
The Clerk Administers all elections in Blair Township. The Clerk plans, organizes, and oversees election activities including but not limited to:

  • Processing of absentee ballots
  • Preparing voting devices, ballot cans, etc.
  • Supplying precincts with necessary supplies for election day
  • Proofing ballots
  • Training Election Inspectors
  • Issuing, validating, and certifying petitions for local candidates and issues
  • Relocation of precinct boundaries 
     

Voter Registration
The Clerk maintains the voter registration files, which includes but is not limited to:

  • Registering new voters
  • Making address/name changes to current voters
  • Canceling voters when they move or become deceased
  • Issuing voter ID cards to all voters
  • Maintaining Voter Master Cards with signatures of all registered voters
  • Updating voter history for all voters after each election 
     

Records Management
The Clerk is the offical custodian of Township records, books and documents such as oaths, bonds, ordinances, and resolutions. The Clerk is also responsible for the producing and keeping of minutes for the Township Board of Trustees meetings.

The Clerk's Office maintains records in accordance with the State of Michigan Record Retention Schedule. The Clerk's Office also publishes and posts legal notices.

Financial Records
Under State Statute the Clerk is responsible for keeping a record of the expenditures made for the Township. The Clerks office processes accounts payable, payroll, and general ledger.

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Contact
  • 2121 County Road 633 Grawn, MI 49637
  • Hours: TUES - FRI 7:30 AM - 6:00 PM
P: (231)276-9263
F: (231)276-9406
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