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Michigan Townships Association  scholarship for future local leaders 
Michigan Township Association's (MTA) Robert R. Robinson Scholarship seeks to offer financial assistance to students aspiring to leadership roles in their community. The scholarship is designed to help Michigan students who are preparing for a career in public administration. Applicants must be a junior, senior or graduate student in a Michigan college or university.  For more information, check out the MTA Web-site.

Large Item Disposal Day Set for May 14th at Transfer Site
Armada Township Board of Trustees designated Saturday May 14, 2016 as the large item disposal day at the township's transfer site. This is one of two days a year the transfer site takes bigger items such as dressers and mattresses. Check out the waste and recycling page for more information. Residents can call Transfer Site Director Wayne Lobeck at 586.784.5998 with any specific questions.

Romeo Community Schools calling for May Special Election
This election will effect approximately 250 Armada Township residents who live in the southwest corner of the township which is in the Romeo Schools attendance area. All voters vote at Precinct #1 which is the Armada Fire Hall. Absentee voter applications will mail soon. For more information, contact the clerk's office.

Deadlines for Candidate Filings for 2016 Elections
Michigan's Bureau of Elections posted their election calendar detailing candidate requirements and filing deadlines. Candidates seeking office for the Township Board of Trustees need to file with the Township Clerk by April 19, 2016. Candidates for Village Council need to file with the Township Clerk by July 26, 2016; Candidates for the Library Board need to file with the Township Clerk by July 21, 2016.  All information and requirements are on the election calendar.

Senior Center Newsletter Posted   
Senior Center Director Jan Mueller posted the Winter 2016 Newsletter.  Some upcoming events include an Introduction to Essential Oils clas on Tuesday, Feb. 9th at 7 p.m. "Winter Wednesdays" featuring your bag lunch and games; a St. Patrick's Day Potluck on March 16th at 11 a.m and several day trips and one overnighter to choose from. For more information, contact the senior center at 586.784.8050 Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Online Tax Payments Now Available
Treasurer Peg Smith is now accepting tax payments online. Taypayers must first create an account on the site. Once that is done, they will be able to log in, see the tax information for all properties they own and click on the 'pay now' link to pay online. For more information, or with any questions, contact Peg at 586.784.5200.  

New State Police Non-Emergency Number
Lt. Ken Dilg, a Michigan State Trooper, attended the September board meeting and introduced himself as the liaison officer for this area. He can be reached either toll free at 1.800.495.4677 or at the Oak Park post 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday - Friday at 248.594.5740.