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GENOA CHARTER TOWNSHIP

 

 2911 Dorr Rd., Brighton, MI 48116 

 810-227-5225 Fax: 810-227-3420

Website: www.genoa.org 

Supervisor:  Bill Rogers                810-227-5225         bill@genoa.org

Clerk: Paulette A. Skolarus          810-227-5225

Treasurer: Robin L. Hunt              810-227-5225         robin@genao.org

Trustee: Terry Croft                      810-227-5225         terry@genoa.org

Trustee: Jean W. Ledford            810-227-5225         jean@genoa.org

Trustee: Diana Lowe                    810-227-5225         diana@genoa.org

Trustee: Jim Mortensen              810-227-5225          jim@genoa.org

Manager: Michael Archinal         810-227-5225          mike@genoa.org

Asst. Twp. Mgr, /Planning Dir:

Kelly VanMarter                            810-227-5225         kelly@genoa.org

Assessor: Debra Rojewski            810-227-5225

Code Enforcement Officer:

Adam VanTassell                           810-227-5225 

Township Hall Business Days Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Township Hall Board Meetings First and Third Monday of each month, 6:30 p.m.

COUNTY OFFICIALS Board of Commissioners

 Administration Building 304 E. Grand River, Ste. 201, Howell 48843 Board

 Genoa TWP Commissioner     Carol Griffith         cgriffith@liv.gov    

 Drain Commissioner 2300 E. Grand River, Howell 48843 Brian Jonckheere      517.546.0040 

 Register of Deeds 200 E. Grand River, Howell 48843 Brandon Denby               517-546-0270 


County Road Commissioners

Stephen F. Crane
893 South Old US-23
Brighton, MI  48114
810-229-9161
scrane@livingstonroads.org 

Kevin T. Spicher
4830 Oak Tree Ct.
Brighton, MI  48116
517-214-3660
kspicher@livingstonroads.org

 

Dave Peckens
3497 Chase Lake Road
Howell, MI  48855
517-546-4273
dpeckens@livingstonroads.org

 

Lana Theis State Senator for area including Genoa Twp Phone: 517 373-2420

E Mail SenLTheis@senate.michigan.gov

Lana Theis-Government-State,

2015 Townsend Street, Suite 7400,

Lansing, MI 48909

 

Ann Bollin State Representative for area including Genoa Twp   Phone: 517 373 1784

E Mail AnnBollin@House.MI.gov

Ann Bollin-

Anderson Office Bldg. N-891

Lansing Mich. 48933

 

Elissa Slotkin Federal Congressional Representative

Phone: 202-225-4872 (DC)                                                                                                                               517-993-0510 (MI)

 

E Mail Must go on her site and send E mail under Contact me option

Ability to ask for a virtual meeting by calling her Michigan phone number

Address:

1100 W. Saginaw St.,

Suite 3A, Lansing Michigan 48915

or

1210 Longworth HOB,

Washington, DC 40515

517-993-0510 (MI)

 

Michigan Environmental Great Lakes and Energy (EGLE)

Constitution Hall Hours: Mon. – Fri.  8 am to 5PM

 West Allegan Phone:             800-662-9278

P.O. Box 30473                                                                          517 284-6700
Lansing, MI 48909                                             EGLE-Assist@Michigan.gov    

 

The Air Quality Division (AQD) supports efforts to maintain clean air and minimize adverse impacts on human health and the environment.  Staff work to reduce existing outdoor air pollution and prevent deterioration of air quality through air emission control programs, air monitoring, control strategy planning, permit issuance, and inspection of air emission sources.

Director: Mary Ann Dolehanty     Email: DolehantyM@Michigan.gov    

Constitution Hall Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8am-5PM
P.O. Box 30817 Phone: 5176 284 6773
Lansing, MI 48909-8311   

The Drinking Water and Environmental Health Division (DWEHD) oversees Michigan's public water supplies to ensure safe drinking water.  The division is involved in source water protection, operator certification and training, water well construction, registration of water well drilling contractors, assisting local health departments in conducting drinking water quality investigations, approving and licensing the handling of domestic septage, and oversight of the on−site wastewater program.  The division is also responsible for the approval and licensing of campgrounds and public swimming pools.  

Director: Eric Oswald E mail:OswaldE1@Michigan.gov 

Constitution Hall Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8am-5PM
P.O. Box 30817 Phone: 517-284-6544
Lansing, MI 48909-8311    

 

The Materials Management Division (MMD) oversees the solid and hazardous waste programs, radioactive materials activities, radon awareness program, and energy program. The division oversees waste disposal, transportation, and storage as well as implementing strategies to support pollution prevention and beneficial uses of waste materials.  Activities in the radiological area include coordinating with nuclear power plants, local emergency responders, and the federal government to ensure that Michigan has sufficient resources in the event of a radioactive material release.   

Director: Elizabeth Browne Email: BrowneE@Michigan.gov

Constitution Hall Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8 AM-5PM
P.O. Box 30241 517-284-6552
Lansing, MI 48909-7741

 

The Oil, Gas, and Minerals Division (OGMD) oversees the development of fossil fuels and minerals while ensuring the protection of natural resources, the environment, property, and public health and safety.  The division regulates the locating, drilling, operating, and plugging of wells used for exploration and production of oil, gas, brine, and minerals, as well as for underground storage and waste disposal. It also regulates mines for metallic minerals and industrial sand. Additionally, the division maintains a variety of maps and data on Michigan geology, fossil fuels, and minerals for industry and public use

Director: Adam Wygant Email: WygantA@Michigan.gov

Constitution Hall Hours: Mon.-Fri. 8AM -5PM
P.O. Box 30256 517-897-4828
Lansing, MI 48909-7756

 

The Remediation and Redevelopment Division (RRD) oversees the remediation and redevelopment of contaminated properties in Michigan.  The division administers two environmental cleanup programs, including the Environmental Remediation program and the Leaking Underground Storage Tank program.  In addition, the division coordinates the implementation of brownfield redevelopment financing for environmental response activities.   The division also manages portions of the federal Superfund program and oversees the department's laboratory responsible for drinking water and environmental testing.

 

Director: Mike Neller         Email: NellerM@Michigan.gov

Constitution Hall         Hours; Mon.-Fr. 8AM-5PM
P.O. Box 30426         517-284-5144 or 5087
Lansing, MI 48909-7926

 

The Office of the Environmental Justice Public Advocate accepts and investigates complaints and concerns related to environmental justice within the state of Michigan.  The office establishes and implements processes and reporting of environmental justice complaints and assists with resolution of complaints.  The office is also responsible for preparing regular reports on the complaints received, resolution, and recommendations moving forward and represents the department on the state's Interagency Environmental Justice Response Team and coordinates closely with the team.  In addition, the office partners closely with divisions on coordinating hearings and public meetings aimed at facilitating interactions with environmental justice communities.

 

Great Lakes Senior Advisor and Strategist: Emily Finnell   Email: finnelle@michigan.gov

Constitution Hall Hours Mon.-Fri. 8Am-5PM
P.O. Box 30473 517 599 1330
Lansing, MI  48909-7973

 

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is committed to the conservation, protection, management, use and enjoyment of the state's natural and cultural resources for current and future generations

Director: Daniel Eichinger Email: DNR-Director@Michigan.gov

Department of Natural Resources             Hours Mon.-Fri. 8am -5PM
Executive Division                                             517 284 6367
P.O. Box 30028
Lansing, MI 48909

The Forest Resources Division manages, protects and provides for the sustainable use of Michigan’s forest resources to provide critical habitat for wildlife, valuable resources for the timber products industry and outdoor spaces for a variety of outdoor recreation activities. The Forest Resources Division also is charged with protecting state forest resources and private land across the state through its nationally recognized wildfire suppression program. 

Division Chief: Jeff Stampfly Email: DNR-Forestry@michigan.gov

Department of Natural Resources Hours:  Mon.-Fri. 8AM-5PM
Forest Resources Division 517 284 5013
P.O. Box 30452
Lansing, MI 48909

Located within the Finance and Operations Division, the Minerals Management Section administers 6.4 million acres of Michigan's mineral estate, which includes leasing the rights to explore and pursue development of state-owned metallic, nonmetallic, oil and gas minerals, and underground natural gas storage.

Division Chief: Sharon M. Schafer Email: DNR-Minerals@michigan.gov

Department of Natural Resources Hours:  Mon.-Fri. 8AM-5PM
Minerals Management Section 517 284 5850
P.O. Box 30452
Lansing, MI 48909