Kinross Charter Township

News

September 21st Board Meeting

18 September 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.

Get Your Flu Shot at the Township Hall

14 September 2020

A registered nurse will be at the Kinross Township Hall to give out flu shots on . If you haven't yet gotten your flu shot this year, we recommend taking advantage of this opportunity. This service is being provided by the Chippewa County Health Department. If you have questions or comments, please call (906) 635-3577.

September 8th Board Meeting

04 September 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.

Public Assessment Hearing

02 September 2020

A public hearing will be held in the Kinross Township Hall on to review and hear any objections to the estimated cost and expenses of police protection and the spread of the special assessment levy. The proposed special assessment roll will be taxed at 10.00 applied to the taxable valuation, applied to the December 1st tax bills.

Members of the public who wish to attend or speak at the public hearing are asked to please wear masks as a courtesy to others attending.

More information can be found at the official announcement here.

An Update to the Farmers to Families Dairy Box Program

19 August 2020

From today forward, free dairy boxes from Prairie Farms will be available at the Township Hall on Thursdays from 10-11am. They will no longer be available on Mondays, or at the Rec Center. Please update your plans accordingly if you would like to take advantage of this program.

If you are unfamiliar with the dairy boxes, they usually include two gallons 2% milk, 2 single serving bottles of chocolate milk, 2 single serving bottles of strawberry milk, a tub of french onion dip, and a tub of cottage cheese.

These boxes are absolutely free from Prairie Farms and available to anyone who wants one. They'll be handed out around the back of the Township Hall. Just circle around the building, and someone will be happy to help you get your box.

Thank you to Prairie Farms for making these boxes available to our community!

Newer Older