Kinross Charter Township

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August 3rd Board Meeting

03 August 2020

A regular meeting of the Kinross Charter Township Board will be held on at the Township Hall.

Prior to the meeting, questions and input may be given by emailing kclerk@kinross.net. These meetings are open to the public. Members of the public attending the board meeting are asked to please wear a mask.

The agenda for this meeting has been posted, and can be downloaded here.

Free Fruits, Veggies, and Cheese!

29 July 2020

UP-211, a service of UPCAP, is offering a great new program! They will provide fruits, veggies and cheese to anyone over the age of 60. Deliveries will occur once monthly at no charge. In order to do a delivery, they need 300 sign-ups. As of this posting, Chippewa County does not have that many.

If you want to take advantage of this wonderful program, please call 211 and follow the prompts. You will be asked for your age, name, and address. It's as simple as that! Please share this information with anyone you know who is 60 years of age or older.

July 20th Board Meeting

17 July 2020

A regular meeting of the Kinross Charter Township Board will be held on at the Township Hall.

Prior to the meeting, questions and input may be given by emailing kclerk@kinross.net. These meetings are open to the public. Members of the public attending the board meeting are asked to please wear a mask.

The agenda for this meeting has been posted, and can be downloaded here.

August 2020 Election Sample Ballots Posted

07 July 2020

Update: this post has been updated with new links.

The scanned sample ballots for the August 2020 election has now been posted. You can download it at the township clerk's page, or through the link at the bottom of this post. We have also posted an online summary of the ballot here.

You can also access your sample ballot at Michigan.gov - just navigate to Chippewa County, and then Kinross Township to view Kinross Charter Township's ballot.

Download the scanned sample ballot here.

Community Yard Sale Cancelled

02 July 2020

While we had high hopes that we would be able to hold a community yard sale this year, COVID-19 has seen a surge close to home these last few weeks. In light of this, we feel it would be irresponsible to risk the safety of our community by holding this kind of event.

We are sorry for any difficulty this may cause, and hope to see you all soon in safer times.

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