Aramada Township

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Armada Township is a rural, agricultural community located on Macomb County's northern border with St. Clair County. It sits between Bruce Township and Richmond Township with 32 Mile road as its southern border.

Originally organized in 1832, the Township developed as an agricultural area. Today, it embodies a delightful rural character with a mixture of small farms and residential areas, including the Village of Armada. The area is noted for its prominent apple orchards nestled among small hills and the winding turns of Coon Creek which flows through the area.

SPOTLIGHT NEWS

PUBLIC NOTICE

02/14/18

TOWNSHIP OF ARMADA

BOARD OF REVIEW

The Township of Armada Board of Review will meet at the Armada Township Hall, 23121 East Main Street, Armada, MI  48005 on the following dates to hear assessment appeals from property owners:

Monday, March 12 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Wednesday, March 14 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. and from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

FOR APPEALS IN PERSON, CALL 784-5200 FOR AN APPOINTMENT.

APPEALS MAY BE MADE BY MAIL TO: ARMADA TOWNSHIP ASSESSOR, P.O. BOX 578, ARMADA, MI 48005-0578 OR FAX TO 784-5211 IF RECEIVED BY 4 PM MARCH 14; OR HAND-DELIVERED TO THE BOARD OF REVIEW AT THE TOWNSHIP HALL PRIOR TO THE ADJOURNMENT OF THE BOARD ON MARCH 14.

March Board of Review will hold an organizational meeting at 3:30 on March 6, at the township hall.  If necessary, the board will hold a final meeting on March 20 at 9 a.m. for as long as is necessary to conclude their paperwork and verify instructions to the assessor.  No appeals will be heard at the organizational or final open meetings.

The final ratio of assessments to true cash values as determined by the Macomb County Equalization Department is 50% for all classes of property.

Published: 2/21/18; 2/28/18; 3/7/18

MAY 8, 2018 ELECTION

01/30/18

MACOMB COMMUNITY COLLEGE
STATE OF MICHIGAN
OPERATING MILLAGE PROPOSAL
This Proposal would permit the College to levy 1.464 mills for a period of twenty years, which will support general operations including technology. This Proposal combines, restores and continues prior operational and technology millages at the same level as initially approved by voters in 2000 for 1.464 mills, which are set to expire in 2020.
Shall prior authorizations increasing the limitation on the total amount of operating taxes which may be imposed on all taxable property within the Community College District of the County of Macomb, be replaced and continued in the amount of 1.4072 mills and increased in the amount of 0.0568 mills for a total authorization of 1.464 mills ($1.46 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation), for a period of twenty (20) years, 2018 to 2038, inclusive, to provide funds for operating purposes including technology? This operating millage, if approved and levied, would provide estimated operating revenues to the College of $38,000,000 during the 2018 calendar year.

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