Township Office Hours: Tuesday 1pm - 5pm; Thursday 8am - Noon
NOTE: All Township meetings are held at the Township Hall
Regular Monthly Board Meeting - December 21, 2020 @ 6:30PM
There is a pile of top soil in the north east part of Lyon Lake Cemetery. Feel free to use this soil to put on your loved ones grave site where the ground has settled. This soil was donated and delivered by a township resident.
The C&C Landfill Pilot Program has been extended
thru December 2020!
Again this year, Calhoun County Residents can access the C&C Landfill recycling center for free. This program is limited to residential recycling, and all participants must have a program card to recycle for free.
· This program is offered exclusively to Calhoun County residents.
· The C&C Landfill recycling center is located at 14800 P Drive N in Marshall, Mich.
· The recycling center is open 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 7 a.m. to noon on Saturdays.
Program cards: Residents can pick up a program card from their local municipality or township.
At the landfill: After obtaining a program card, participants should stop at the landfill’s scale house to verify their residency each visit. Residents may bring a load of recycling equivalent to what can be held in a 96-gallon cart per visit. All materials must be empty, clean and dry.
Accepted materials: Residents may bring the following items to the landfill recycling center.
· Paper: magazines, catalogs, junk mail, office paper, phone books and newspaper
· Cardboard: cardboard, paper bags and paperboard
· Plastic: plastic jugs/bottles (#1-#2) and household plastic (#3-#7)
· Metal: aluminum cans and steel, and tin cans
· Glass: clear and colored glass
Benefits: This partnership between Calhoun County and the C&C Landfill increases time residents can recycle household items and reduces participants’ cost to do so. The single-stream recycling does not require sorting that is required currently at the County’s other recycling centers that are open once a month.
Program dates: This program runs through Dec. 31, 2020.
The Michigan Freedom of Information Act (Public Act 442 of 1976, MCL 15.231, et seq.) gives the public the right to request to inspect and receive copies of public records, and to subscribe to regular issuances of public records. The FOIA coordinator for Fredonia Township is the Township Supervisor.
All meetings of the township board and other township public bodies will be open to the public according to the Michigan Open Meetings Act (Public Act 267 of 1976, MCL 15.261, et seq.). CLICK HERE for a schedule of regular meetings and notice of special called meetings.