Feb 25th Planning Commission Meeting
Due to COVID-19 the Milford Township Planning Commission meeting on Thursday, February 25, 2021 at 7:30 PM will take place electronically due to health concerns associated with COVID-19.
Members of the public may access the agenda materials via the Township website – www.milfordtownship.com beginning February 19, 2021.
Members of the public wishing to watch the electronic meeting may do so by using the link below. If you wish to make a comment you must call in to the number below, please read the procedures for making a comment.
Members of the public wishing to participate in the electronic meeting may do so by: Online (web) Access: Join here or copy and paste the link below: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCqT3JkUsO4lyEizbLJ3MT-w?view_as=public
Telephone Access: 1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)
1 888 788 0099 US Toll-free
Meeting ID: 863 2449 7523
Please note, when calling in by telephone the caller’s phone number will be visible in the public meeting. As an option, most telephone companies have a feature to make phone numbers private by dialing *67. If you have this feature and wish to block your number, press *67 before dialing the meeting call-in number.
Closed captioning will be available after YouTube fully renders meeting video.
Procedure for public comment by electronic means:
There must be full opportunity for both the general public and the members of the Planning Commission to hear and be heard at appropriate times during the meeting. Public participants will be muted upon entry to the meeting but will have a chance to speak during public comment and during any public hearing.
Once connected to the meeting, members of the public wishing to participate in the virtual public comment must alert us that they wish to speak by pressing *9 on their telephone keypad.
Pressing *9 will activate the “raise hand” feature signaling to us that you wish to comment.
Participants will be called one a time, as would happen during an in-person meeting. When you are unmuted, please introduce yourself by stating your name and address for the record. You will then have (3) minutes to share your comments with the Planning Commission. At the conclusion of your comments or your (3) minutes, you will be muted and removed from the public comment queue.
Participants may also choose to submit written comments that will be added to the record and included in the meeting packet. Submit any written comments via e-mail to email@example.com or 1100 Atlantic St, Milford, MI 48381 no later than noon on February 25, 2021.
Procedures for accommodations for persons with disabilities:
The Township will follow its normal procedures for individuals with disabilities needing accommodations for effective participation in this meeting. Please contact the Township Clerk’s office at (248) 685-8731 at least two days in advance of the meeting. An attempt will be made to make reasonable accommodations.
DTE Tree Triming
Dear DTE Customer,
Trees are a beautiful and vital part of Michigan's landscape. They're also the leading cause of power outages and can pose serious public safety hazard if they grow too close or come in contact with power lines. That's why our tree experts will be visiting your area soon to trim and, if necessary, remove trees posing a power reliability or safety threat.
Our tree trimming program follows industry standards and uses trimming methods that promote healthy trees and safe, reliable power. All work will be completed by tree professionals who have been trained on safe, proper, and environmentally responsible work practices. Get a full view of DTE's tree trimming program at dteenergy.com/treecare.
We are committed to working with you throughout this process and will be here to address any concerns you might have before tree work begins. Here is what you can expect in the upcoming weeks:
- You may see DTE representatives in your yard or neighborhood inspecting power lines and trees to determine where trimming is needed. Representatives will be wearing high-visibility vests and carrying DTE ID badges.
- If tree work is needed on your property, the representative will knock on your door. If you are not home, we will leave a "Tree Work Scheduled" door card. If you have questions about the work intended for your property, please call the number on the door card.
- If a tree poses a serious hazard to power lines, or if trimming will put the tree's health at risk, we may need to remove it. In this case, representatives will leave behind additional information and make considerable attempts to work directly with the property owner before removing any trees.
Milford Township Offices - Open by Appointment Only
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services issued an Emergency Gatherings and Face Mask Order implementing new restrictions which will be in effect starting Wednesday November 18.
For the safety of our residents and staff due to Covid-19, Milford Township Offices are open by appointment only. Please call 248-685-8731 before arriving. If your business can be handled via email or phone, this method is preferred.
There is a 24 dropbox outside of the building for all Township and Village business, which is checked daily.
Do not pay taxes in person. Dropbox, USPS, or Online (fee applies) is preferred.
All taxes received will be mailed a receipt. Please submit the ENTIRE bill when paying.