Board Meeting Information

Township Board meetings are conducted live, and by electronic means. Please read the following information to attend.

Board Meetings

Board Meetings are held live and virtually via GoToMeeting. Public notices for meetings are prepared by the Township Clerk and are published in the Fraser-Clinton Township Chronicle and the Mount Clemens-Clinton-Harrison Journal.

  • Begin at 6:30 pm
  • Held every other Monday (some Tuesdays after holidays)
  • Inside the Civic Center Board Chambers

Read the MOMA-Michigan Open Meetings Act (PDF)

Contact the Board

Before each Board meeting, a dedicated email address is available to contact all seven Board members with questions and comments about the upcoming agenda. Submit your input at email Board Meetings.

Agendas

Access the agenda. Throughout the meeting, your email relating to a specific item will be read prior to the Board's vote on that particular agenda item. Following consideration of all the agenda items, persons who have connected remotely will be permitted to speak. Existing rules regarding public participation will apply.

Accommodations

Persons with disabilities should immediately contact the Township in order to provide sufficient time to make reasonable accommodations, if necessary. Please email Kim Meltzer, Township Clerk, or call 586-286-9422 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting.

Watch A Board Meeting

Township Board meetings are broadcast live on the following cable television channels:

  • Comcast Xfinity Channel 5
  • Wide Open West (WOW) Channel 10
  • AT&T U-verse TV Channel 99

Archived Board meetings can be watched on CTTV YouTube and on demand

Hearing Loop TechnologyHearing Loop Symbol

The Civic Center Board Chambers offer hearing loop technology for meeting attendees. A hearing loop provides an audio signal that can be picked up by hearing aids equipment with telecoils (T-coil). The loop amplifier sends the audio signal through a wire placed around the perimeter of chambers. The resulting magnetic signal is then picked up wirelessly by the T-coil in the hearing aid. As a courtesy to meeting attendees, wireless receivers with headphones are available for those who need hearing assistance. Headphone quantities are limited to first-come, first-served.