CITY OF ALGONAC CODE OF ORDINANCES
The City Clerk of the City of Algonac is appointed by the City Manager and the appointment requires approval of the City Council of the City of Algonac.
INFORMATION ON TRANSIENT MERCHANT'S IN CITY OF ALGONAC (PEDDLERS, SOLICITORS, ETC.)
FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT
The City Clerk is the keeper of the records. All meeting minutes, agendas, packets, and other correspondence are under her care and filed responsibly in her office.
To that end, the City Clerk is also the Freedom of Information Act Coordinator for the City. upon receiving a Freedom of Information Act Request, the Clerk has five (5) business days to respond to the person requesting the information and inform them of the cost of filling the request. Following the links to all the recently adopted documents being used by the City of Algonac to facilitate the Freedom of Information Act Requests.
Please click on the links below for Freedom of Information Documents for the City of Algonac:
MEETING AND MINUTES
The City Clerk helps prepare all agendas and packets for the City Council, Planning Commission and Downtown Development Authority meetings with the City Manager.
BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS
Boards and Commissions Application Form
The City Clerk keeps a record of all members of each board and commission inclusive of the date heir terms end. Anyone wishing to serve on one of the boards may submit a letter to the City Clerk stating these wishes so that when a vacancy comes up on one of the boards, the Mayor will have that letter on file to consider for appointment. Other than City Council, which are elected members, all board and commission members serve voluntarily for the City.
The current list of Boards that the City keeps are as follows:
- City Council
- Planning Commission
- Zoning Board of Appeals
- Downtown Development Authority
- Board of Review
- Library Board
- Housing Commission
- Dangerous Buildings Commission
- Elections Commission
ATTENTION CITY OF ALGONAC RESIDENTS
The official close of registration to be able to vote in the upcoming
May 2, 2017 Special Election is Monday, April 3, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.
In order to be a registered voter a person must:
1) Be a United States Citizen
2) At Least 18 years old by Election Day
3) A resident of Michigan
4) A resident of the city or township where they are registering to vote
Please click on the link below for a Michigan Voter Registration Form
VOTER REGISTRATION APPLICATION
If you hand deliver your application the staffing person at the local clerk, county clerk or Secretary of State’s office will process your information and a
Voter ID card will be mailed to you.
If you choose to mail your application a COPY of one of the following forms of ID must accompany the application in order for the Clerk to process it:
Enter your driver’s license number or personal identification card number where requested on the form OR
Send a COPY of ONE of the following forms of identification with your application:
A PHOTOCOPY of your driver’s license or personal ID card, or
A PHOTOCOPY of a paycheck stub, utility bill, bank document or government document that lists both your name and your address
If you have never voted in Michigan (first time voter in the State) you must appear in person to vote in the first election in which you choose to participate.
(This requirement does not apply if you personally deliver the form, are 60 years of age or older, are disabled, or you are eligible to vote under the
Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act).
Please feel free to contact the City Clerk’s office at 810-794-9361 extension 6 OR firstname.lastname@example.org