Township Clerk
Judith L. Kramer

Deputy Clerk
Belinda Shields

Clerk Duties

The Clerk's duties and responsibilities focus on statutorily assigned functions, most of which are administrative. The Clerk is a voting member of the Township Board of Trustees.

The Clerk's office often has regular contact with Township residents. Request for all types of information – from freedom of information act requests, absentee ballot and employment inquiries come to the Clerk's Office, in person, by telephone, mail, fax and e-mail. The Clerk's Department is the information center of the Township.

 Clerk Statutory Duties:

  • Maintains custody of all Township records

  • Records and maintains township meeting minutes

  • Keeps the township book of oaths

  • Responsible for special meeting notices

  • Keeps township resolution and ordinance books

  • Maintains general ledger

  • Prepares warrants

  • Prepares financial statements

  • Delivers tax certificates to Supervisor prior to September 30th

  • Maintains voter registration files and conducts elections

  • Must appoint a deputy

Freedom of Information Act Requests (FOIA)

The Clerk's office processes all Freedom of Information Act Requests (FOIA).

Please see our FOIA page for details and requests

Deputy Clerk Duties

To assist with the duties of the Clerk, but the deputy clerk has specifically been asked to focus on :

Payroll

Maintaining Qualified Voter File

Record Retention

Deputy Clerk is part-time

9394 10th Street

Interlochen, MI  49643

231.276.9329

231.276.9388 fax