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To initiate a FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) request, individuals can complete the form available at the Clerk's Office. Alternatively, they may submit a comprehensive written request by mail or fax at (734) 944-8024. Additionally, requests can be made by sending an email to the Clerk's Office.
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Residents of the township have the option to register to vote through the Michigan Voter Information Center online or by utilizing the mail-in or in-person registration services provided at the Pittsfield Charter Township Clerk’s Office or any Michigan Secretary of State Office. It's important to note that a modification in your driver’s license address will automatically update your voter registration address, and conversely, changes to your voter registration address will reflect in your driver’s license records.
Residents seeking to vote by mail must first ensure they are registered to vote and then complete an Absent Voter Ballot Application, providing a valid signature for the purpose of identity verification. These applications can be conveniently submitted through the Michigan Voter Information Center online. Alternatively, residents may choose to print the application, complete it, and send it electronically to the Clerk’s Office. Additionally, applications can be submitted by mail or dropped off in person at the Clerk’s Office, located at 6201 W Michigan Ave, Ann Arbor, MI 48108.
The public body is granted five business days to respond to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request, commencing on the day following its receipt (or six days if submitted by mail or fax). In the case of unclear requests, a response is provided within five business days after clarification. Complex requests may necessitate a financial deposit and an extended fulfillment period.
Individuals intending to solicit and/or peddle in Pittsfield Charter Township must obtain a Transient Merchant License. Online applications are available, and applicants are urged to thoroughly review all provided information.
Certified copies of Birth, Death, and Marriage Records can be obtained from the Vital Records Office of the county where the corresponding event occurred. It's important to note that each county retains records solely for events (birth, death, and marriage) within its jurisdiction. Additionally, requests can be submitted by mail.
Marriage license applications can be obtained at the Vital Records Office located within the Washtenaw County Clerk's Office, situated at 200 N. Main St. (at Ann St.) in Ann Arbor. For inquiries, please contact (734) 222-6720."
Consumers are encouraged to initiate contact with their video/cable provider to address any concerns. In cases where a resolution proves challenging, contacting the Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) is recommended for assistance in resolving issues with the video/cable provider. The state website offers detailed information on how to file a complaint, including details on Public Act 2009-004.