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October 19, 2020
6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Brighton, MI 48114
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PUBLIC HEARING/SECOND READING – Sanitary Sewer Ordinance Amendments – Chapter 22 & Adoption of Amendments to Administrative Policies # 803, 812, 814, 817 & 819

Monday, October 19, 2020

SPECIAL NOTICE:  Due to State of Michigan Department of Health and Human Services Emergency Order under MCL 333.2253 and to Minimize the Spread of COVID-19, the Township Board will meet in person to conduct business and broadcast via zoom unless the pending Senate Bill 1108 is approved by the House and subsequently signed into law by the Governor.  If signed into law prior to Monday at 6pm, the Township Board will participate via Zoom.

Absent the adoption of SB 1108, the meeting room has a maximum capacity of 20 persons per 1,000 square feet. If on-site attendance exceeds this threshold the meeting will be rescheduled.  To avoid this scenario, interested attendees are encouraged to participate in the meeting virtually, via Zoom.

See instructions below for participating in this ZOOM video conference.


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Michigan Relay is a communications system that allows hearing persons and deaf, hard of hearing, or speech-impaired persons to communicate by telephone. Users may reach Michigan Relay by dialing 7-1-1 and then connection with Zoom conference number above. There is no additional charge to use this service. Please contact with any other requests for accommodations. Public comments can also be submitted by email to be shared with the Board.

According to the Attorney General, interrupting a public meeting in Michigan with hate speech or profanity could result in criminal charges under several State statutes relating to Fraudulent Access to a Computer or Network (MCL 752.797) and/or Malicious Use of Electronics Communication (MCL 750.540).

According to the US Attorney for Eastern Michigan, Federal charges may include disrupting a public meeting, computer intrusion, using a computer to commit a crime, hate crimes, fraud, or transmitting threatening communications.

Public meetings are being monitored and violations of statutes will be prosecuted.