2018-05-13 / Front Page

Montrose Township open house set for May 16

MONTROSE TWP. – The Montrose Township Board invites residents, friends and neighbors to attend the open house at the Montrose Township Public Safety Administration Complex, 11444 N. Seymour Road on Wednesday, May 16, from 2 to 6 p.m.

During the event, guests can tour the new facility, and try out the new voting machines being introduced in the state of Michigan.

Montrose Township elected officials, fire and police department personnel will be available to meet with the public. Other county and state public officials have also been invited to attend.

The Brent Run Landfill is providing catered appetizers, snacks and beverages for the celebration.

Montrose Township staff moved into the building in mid-January. The complex replaces the old police and fire department buildings that were in serious need of repair. The new building also provides new offices for the township administration. The old township office was recently sold to the city of Montrose.

Montrose Township supervisor Mark Emmendorfer said, “We’d like everyone to come and see what we spent the landfill money on. None of the taxpayer dollars went for this building. We’re pretty proud of the building, the way it turned out. We’re hoping for a good turnout.”

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