We encourage all residents with questions or concerns about their assessment, taxable values or property taxes in general to join us for the Concord Township Board of Review meetings (2) which meet in March. This year, by order of the Governor, we are REQUIRED to conduct these meetings virtually (i.e.: over the computer) and in order to participate you will need to contact us at the office and set up an appointment. You may join the meeting without an appointment, but you may be required to wait for those ahead of you who have an appointment – that choice is yours.
Just click on the attachment and follow the enclosed links to join the meeting of your choice. We’ll see you there!
A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM! Would that it had turned out as funny as the Zero Mostel movie by the same name… Late last week I needed to take a ride into Jackson for some supplies, and because the Cornell Rd., bridge has been condemned, I went via the Mann-to-Behling-to-Albion…Read More
Well, now that you’ve asked…. The absolute worst possible circumstance imaginable in our Constitutional Republic is an uncontested seat for Pubic Office. When there is no one in any body of the governed sufficiently interested, motivated, or vested enough in serving the people of their community that seats are left vacant or aspirants to offices…Read More
August Primary Election DEADLINE!!! April 21st, 2020!!! @ 1600 (4:00pm) ~ALL~ Nominating Petitions & Affidavits of Identity MUST BE COMPLETED & SUBMITTED TO THE TOWNSHIP CLERK! If you are running for office in Concord Township and you need these forms, you must contact Sheryll Dishaw: By email – firstname.lastname@example.org By Fax – (517) 895-6029 By…Read More
ATTENTION! COVID19 Good Morning Concord! In order to protect the Health and Safety of everyone: our residents, our Trustees & Board members and our elected representatives, and in keeping with the directives and guidelines issued by our State and Federal Governments; we have elected to postpone ALL MEETINGS NORMALLY SCHEDULED FOR APRIL until May or…Read More
My Mother used to say “Gratitude is the fertile soil in which all good things grow.” And she was right. The more grateful the heart, the lighter the spirit, the happier the person. And it occurs to me that those of us who are privileged to live in this budding little metropolis of Concord, have…Read More