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The ballot language as approved by the Emmet County Board of Commissioners is as follows:
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The Regular Meeting of the Board of Commissioners will be held on Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 6:00 p.m., in the Board of Commissioners Room, 200 Division Street, Emmet County Building, Petoskey, Michigan.
Emmet County is seeking applicants for the following position(s): Deputy Director of Equalization & GIS | Park Campground Coordinator | DPW Supervisor | Reconciliation Clerk | Public Works Attendant & Driver
Current Open Position(s): Historical Commission, Brownfield Redevelopment Authority, Construction Resource Committee (1 openings Plumbing Contractor), Zoning Appeals Board (1 opening immediately), Regional Prosperity Board (2 openings), NLEA (1 opening 1/1/19, Planning Commission (2 openings 1/1/19), Road Commission (1 opening 1/1/19) Emmet County is committed to excellence in its delivery of services to its residents and visitors. To help us maintain and improve upon this mission, we reach out to leaders in business and industry, to community leaders, and to county residents by inviting you to consider serving on one of the various Committees or Boards that have been established in Emmet County. Positions become available periodically and the Board of Commissioners appoints Committee and Board members from a pool of applicants. If you are interested in applying, a complete list of the Committees and Boards along with the necessary application can be located by clicking here. Inquiries should be directed to Juli Wallin, Emmet County Clerk, 200 Division St., Petoskey, Ml 49770, 231.348.1744 or email@example.com.
Sheriff Pete Wallin is pleased to announce that the Emmet County Sheriff’s Office received a 100% compliance rating on its annual jail inspection. Since 2002, the Emmet County Jail has attained this perfect rating. The inspection is done annually by the Michigan Department of Corrections County Jail Services Unit. This perfect rating again is a reflection of a job well done by Jail Administrator Brenda Ford and her corrections staff at the Emmet County Sheriff’s Office. Sheriff Wallin also noted the number one liability for counties in Michigan are their jails. This is proof again that Emmet County is providing a safe and secure jail system to serve the public, the inmates, and their families.
The Emmet County Planning Commission and Bear Creek Township in cooperation with Michigan Department of Transportation have approved an access management plan for Bear Creek Township. The plan is designed to help reduce traffic congestion and automobile accidents on US-131, US-31, M-119 and major county roads within the township. Click on these links for the full report and the Commission meeting minutes.