Supervisor Mickey Martin Resigns
Effective August 31st, Supervisor Mickey Martin, has resigned as Williamstown Township Supervisor. The Township has benefited from her leadership for nearly 30 years, starting with her tenure on the Board of Review. She has also served on the Zoning Board of Appeals, the Planning Commission, and for the past 15 years, as Township Supervisor. The Township has progressed during this time, offering community facilities for the enjoyment of all, advances in technology, protection of the environment, fiscal responsibility and excellent service to residents. Her dedication and attention to detail will be missed. We wish her well with the next phase of her life and offer heartfelt thanks for her many years of service.
The Township Board has appointed current Planning Assistant, Wanda Bloomquist, as Supervisor. She will complete Supervisor Martin's term which expires in November 2016.
Michigan Confirms State's first case of Chronic Wasting Disease in Free-Ranging White-Tailed Deer
The DNR asks help from the public and hunters in reporting deer that are:
- Unusually thin.
- Exhibiting unusual behavior (for example, acting tame around humans and allowing someone to approach).
To report a suspicious-looking deer, call the DNR Wildlife Disease Lab at 517-336-5030 or fill out and submit the online observation report found on the DNR website.
To report road-kills found in the Core CWD Area call the Wildlife Disease Hotline at 517-614-9602 during office hours. Leave a voicemail with location information and staff will attempt to pick up carcasses on the next open business day.
Click here to access the full report from MDARD