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Township boards express their formal policies that apply to the general population of the township by adopting ordinances. Ordinances are local laws adopted by a township that state the rule for a specific activity or set of activities, and the civil penalties that will apply for violations. The ordinance prescribes the rule and procedure for how the rule is to be administered. Some township ordinances do not impose a penalty for violation, while others do. The real purpose of local ordinance is not to punish the violator, but to obtain compliance with the rules. However, after a warning, or warnings, to correct the violation, the ordinance does permit a civil penalty to be imposed. Ronald Phillips is the Ordinance Enforcement Officer.
Wilber Township enforces the following ordinances:
The public comment period for the proposed new township zoning ordinance begins Wednesday, March 13, 2019 and extends to Thursday, March 28, 2019, at which time a public hearing will be held at the Wilber Township Hall at 9 am.
If you wish to leave a comment, you may do so via email To email@example.com. Please put ‘Zoning Ordinance’ in the subject line. Draft of the ordinance is also available for inspection at the township hall.
The Township is also covered by the Iosco County Animal Control Ordinance.
and is also covered by the Iosco County ORV Ordinance.
Laws, Reg's, Enforcement, Education Etc. DNR - ORV/ATV-State of Michigan
3120 Sherman Road
East Tawas, MI 48730
Phone (989) 362-5410
Fax (989) 362-5758