VOTING BY ABSENTEE BALLOT
Type E Notice for Absentee Voting for the February 16th Election
Type E Notice for PUBLIC TEST of the electronic
voting equipment to be used for the February 16th Election
Regular Town Board Meeting Monday January 11, 2021, at 7:00 p.m. the Township of Buffalo will hold the regular board meeting at the Buffalo Town Hall
Buffalo Town Caucus
Please scroll down for the Agenda for the Caucus on Monday night at 6:30.
For those of you who are not sure what the Caucus is:
Every 2 years the board which consists of the Chairman-2 supervisors-the Treasurer & the Clerk need to be nominated and voted on to be on the ballot for the Election In April.
All positions are open for nominations every 2 years. Anyone wanting to run for one of the offices needs to attend the caucus and be nominated by a citizen. If there is more than 1 nomination for each position then there will be a draw to see position on the ballot. Those who are nominated need to fill out the proper paperwork with the clerk to run for the position. The ballots will be voted on at the Spring Election on April 6th. The person with the highest votes will take over at the next board meeting following the election.
For more information please see the clerk after the Caucus or contact us at email@example.com.
PLEASE REMEMBER TO COME AND VOTE FOR YOUR BOARD MEMBERS.
January 11th, 2021 at 6:30 p.m. The Township of Buffalo will hold the town caucus for nominations for chair of caucus; clerk of caucus; and vote counters at the Buffalo Town Hall. Regular Town Board Meeting to follow immediately.
NOTICE OF SPRING ELECTION Township of Buffalo April 6th, 2021
PLEASE ONLY 1 PERSON AT A TIME.
PLEASE STAY HOME IF YOU ARE SICK!!!
KEEP BUFFALO TOWNSHIP SAFE–
IF USING THE RECYCLE CENTER PLEASE BRING EXACT CHANGE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
THE BUFFALO TOWNSHIP RECYCLING CENTER HOURS are Saturday from 8:00 AM until noon.
SMALL BAGS OF GARBAGE ARE $3 AND LARGE BAGS ARE NOW $4. Recyclables are still free.
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Land Use Planning Committee meets every first Thursday of each month at 7 p.m. when needed
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Subdivision/Land Division Ordinance Effective March 16, 2005. The ordinance establishes requirements for any division of land in the Town of Buffalo. Information and applications for land divisions and subdivisions are available from our Town Clerk, or on our web site.
Building Permits Building permits are to be obtained prior to the start of construction. Building Permits and Uniform Dwelling Code Permits can be obtained at the Marquette County Zoning Department during their regular hours. Your building project will then be inspected at severl stages to comply with State requirements. This includes porches, decks, sheds and others.
Recycling Center Support- When you are at the recycle center, be observant and help with the following :
Assure that only paper products get into the paper bin, Metal products, small appliances, scrap parts should go in the heavy trash pickup corner. Aluminum cans should be separated out and put into the designated container. Buffalo Township also recycles batteries, of all types, florescent tubes, compact bulbs, and smoke detectors. All of these contain hazardous components. Please leave these items with the attendant.
Burn Barrels According to the DNR we may burn only the materials that are allowed to be open burned–namely, leaves, plant clippings, paper, cardboard and clean, untreated wood. Burn barrels operate at low temperatures (400- 500 degrees F), resulting in incomplete combustion of the wastes being burned. Burning prohibited materials– such as plastics, asphalt, rubber and other man-made materials—generates hazardous air pollutants)Instead of burning consider: Recycling newspaper, office paper, cardboard, corrugated cardboard, magazines, aluminum, metal and acceptable plastics. (Free at the recycle center.) Composting leaves & plant clippings. Chipping brush and clean wood to make mulch or decorative chips, or use it as heating fuel in wood stoves or boilers. www.wdnr.gov/