2877 W Coon Lake Road
Howell, MI 48843
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Current News Items
Wooly Bullys, a new restaurant in Marion Township on D-19 (Pinckney Road) south of I-96
is looking for servers and bartenders 517-376-9486 - Link
Livingston County Household Hazardous Waste Collection Dates for 2017 - Link
Heritage Days 2017 - Link
Other Marion Township 2017 Events - Link
Links to Rover Pipeline Information: Updated - February 2017
Email about tree removal in pipeline path - Link
Notice of Construction Commencement, General - Link
Notice of Construction Commencement, Property Owners - Link
Press Release of February 3, 2017 - Link
Marion Township Pipeline Route Map - Link
Environmental Impact Statement - Link
FERC Filing - Link
Entire Project Proposed Route - Link
Energy Transfer Partners Information - Link
Construction Laborers Union Local 499 Letter - Link
City, Village, Township Revenue Sharing Information - Link
LESA is looking for bus drivers, click for more information -> Bus Drivers Wanted
The Livingston County Road Commission website has information about road closures. Website Link
Report potholes to Livingston County Road Commission - firstname.lastname@example.org or 517-546-4250
Road and I-96 lane closures - M DOT info - link
State of Michigan guidelines for fireworks : link
*Legally store bought fireworks can be used on the day of, day before and day after a national holiday.
*No fireworks may be fired from midnight through 8am.
*Prior permission is needed to light fireworks in a parking lot, public property or another person's property.
Michigan Statutes & Public Acts - http://www.legislature.mi.gov/
Public Improvements - Public Act-188-of-1954 Natural Resources - Public Acts 451 of 1994
DTE Tree info - link Trim Maintenance info - link Location - link
For information on burning see the Open Burn section of Act #451 of 1994 - link
Marion Township Recycling Information
Glass is no longer being accepted - Flyer
Marion Township provides drop-off recycling bins for the use of township residents.
They are located near the lower level at the Township offices.
NO need to sort, items accepted are: newspaper, magazines, catalogs, paper, cardboard, plastic bottles and tin cans.
Township Hall office lobby- batteries, eyeglasses, hearing aids & cell phones. We are a drop off location for Gleaners.
Livingston County Hazardous Waste - Update for 2017 coming soon Livingston County Recycle Guide
Recycle Livingston , 170 Catrell Street continues to accept glass, you must be a member to use their services.
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