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The cost covers the rights to the burial plot and the perpetual care and maintenance of our cemeteries. Please note that additional fees apply for grave openings.
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At any time, up to and including election day. However, in the 14 days before an election, you must register in-person at the Clerk's Office and bring proof of residency.
Learn more at the Michigan Government Page.
You can register here at the Clerk's Office, as well as at any of the Secretary of State Offices. You may also register to vote by mail or online at the Michigan Voter Information Center.
Please note that in the 14 days before an election, you must register in-person at the Clerk's Office with proof of residency to be eligible to vote in that election.
Yes, anyone can vote by absentee ballot. If you'd like to be on the permanent list, please visit the Michigan Voter Information Center of the contact the Clerk's Office to receive an absentee voter ballot application for every election.
No. Election law allows for only the registered voter to obtain a ballot. However, you may pick up an application for an absentee ballot for your spouse and you can deliver a voted ballot of any member of your immediate family or any a member of your household.
No. Election law specifically states that power of attorney does not apply for voting purposes.
Being on the permanent list does not guarantee a ballot for every election. Rather, it means that you will automatically receive an application for an absentee ballot. The application must be completed and returned to the Clerk's Office in order to receive a ballot.
Yes, we have plots available in both Hope and Virgo Cemetery. Please visit the Township Hall to learn more about which plots are available.
We recommend you make an appointment with our Clerk, who will provide you with a detailed map of available plots. You can then go to the cemetery to look at available spaces. Once you've made a selection, the Clerk will help finalize the process, complete the paperwork and process your payment.