Wakefield Township Door-to-Door survey 2019

Master Plan Community Survey – click to download As a resident or taxpayer of Wakefield Township we are offering you a chance to voice your opinion about Wakefield Township and help plan its future though our Master Plan Survey.  Full Time residents will be canvased door to door and part time residents can complete the survey anonymously and email to clerk@wakefieldtownship.com or mail to Wakefield Township Survey, […]

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2019 Gogebic County Hazard Mitigation Public Opinion Survey

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/GogebicHazMitPublicInput 2019 GogebicCounty Survey – Click here to download the paper survey   2019 Gogebic County Hazard Mitigation Public Opinion Survey We need your help! Gogebic County is currently updating their five-year hazard mitigation plan as required by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). A committee and staff in Gogebic County are working with the Western Upper Peninsula Planning & Development Region (WUPPDR) to update […]

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July 2019 Wakefield Township Newsletter

2019 July Newsletter Wakefield Township – Click here to download

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Wakefield Township addresses spring repair, cleanup

By P.J. GLISSON news@yourdailyglobe.com WAKEFIELD – Spring time means that local officials turn their attention to damage incurred by the now fading cold season, and Wakefield Township supervisor John Cox said Wednesday that the issue has been one of his recent projects. “I just completed road inspections yesterday,” he told the Globe, adding that attention now will turn to needed repairs. According to Cox, the […]

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Wakefield Township aims for nonpartisan ballot status

By P.J. GLISSON news@yourdailyglobe.com WAKEFIELD – Members of the Wakefield Township board voted Tuesday to back a resolution in support of Michigan townships having the option to present their board openings as nonpartisan on election ballots. The resolution is being distributed and collected by the Michigan Townships Association, in which Gogebic County has a branch. Township clerk Mandy Lake explained that persons seeking positions on […]

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Wakefield Township hopes for more enterprise soon

Wakefield Township hopes for more enterprise soon By P.J. GLISSON news@yourdailyglobe.com WAKEFIELD – Wakefield Township might get an economic boost soon if all goes well with negotiations on two acres of land on Planter Road, near N. County Road 519. Township supervisor John Cox told the Globe Wednesday that negotiations are underway to work out a price and related conditions. Once those matters are settled, […]

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Wakefield Township email changes

Good afternoon:Our Wakefield Township emails have changed Our new emails areJohn Cox   —–  supervisor@wakefieldtownship.comMandy Lake—  clerk@wakefieldtownship.comJoan Dalman— treasurer@wakefieldtownship.comJim Spencer—  trustee1@wakefieldtownship.comJerry NIemi—  trustee2@wakefieldtownship.comShelley Nordine— deputytreasurer@wakefieldtownship.comMabel Wanink— deputyclerk@wakefieldtownship.com The change has taken place, but the old emails will work until April 1, 2019.    You can always find our emails at our Website Wakefieldtownship.com  .  We are sorry to inconvenience you but this change was necessary due to another regulation. John John Cox, Wakefield Township […]

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Wakefield Township Board votes no to marijuana enterprise

Wakefield Township Board votes no to marijuana enterprise By P.J. GLISSON news@yourdailyglobe.com WAKEFIELD TOWNSHIP – The Wakefield Township Board voted Wednesday to opt out of allowing a recreational marijuana enterprise within its region. In addition, said supervisor John Cox of the unanimous vote, “The resolution does not allow the use of marijuana on any township-owned properties.” Cox said nobody offered opinions during the meeting’s public […]

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2018 December Newsletter

2018 December Newsletter Wakefield Township – Click to Download

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Wakefield Township leads Gogebic mid-term turnout

BESSEMER – An analysis of Gogebic County’s Tuesday midterm election shows Wakefield Township led in voter turnout at 58.3 percent. A total of 158 of the eligible 271 voters headed to the polls there on a dreary day weatherwise. The overall county turnout was 48.14 percent. Ironwood’s precinct 2 had the poorest showing with 898 voters of a possible 2,070 heading to the polls, or […]

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