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ELECTION POLL WORKERS NEEDED  (Application) 

Applications must be submitted before Election Commission Meeting on October 3, 2022.
Qualified Registered Voters and Students from 16-18 years of age may work as an election inspector in a precinct as long as the criteria of 3 certified precinct inspectors, who are qualified registered voters of at least two political parties, are appointed to the precinct. Training sessions are mandatory for certification. If you would like to work in the elections, please download the Election Inspector Application  or come in and talk to the City Clerk (Monday-Friday 9-5). Inspectors are paid 2022 Minimum wage as follows: $9.87 PER HR (6:00 AM UNTIL THE POLL IS CLOSED) or (6:00 AM to 2:00 PM or 2:00 PM to Close of Poll) plus Hrly rate for  3 hr training. Computer knowledge is a plus, but not necessary.  Chairs (12.87/hr and Co-Chairs 12.87/hr Electronic Poll Book Worker 10.87/hr)





CITY OF RIVERVIEW NOTICE OF CLOSE OF REGISTRATION FOR THE
NOVEMBER 8, 2022 GENERAL ELECTION

To the Qualified Electors of the City of Riverview, Wayne County:

Please take Notice that any qualified elector of Riverview who is not already registered, may register to vote at the office of the City Clerk; the office of the County Clerk; a Secretary of State branch office, or other designated state agency. Registration forms can be obtained at mi.gov/vote and mailed to the City Clerk. Voters who are already registered may update their registration at www.expressSOS.com. The last day to register in any manner other than in-person with the local clerk is Monday, October 24, 2022.  After this date, anyone who qualifies as an elector may register to vote in person with proof of residency (MCL 168.492) at the City Clerk’s office, located at 14100 Civic Park Drive, Riverview, Michigan, 48193, at the following times:

  • Regular business hours: Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
  • Saturday, November 5, 2022 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
  • Election Day, Tuesday, November 8, 2022 from 7:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the City of Riverview will be voting on the following Contests:

PARTISAN SECTION

STATE:  State Governor and Lieutenant Governor; Secretary of State; Attorney General;   Representative in Congress 6th District; State Senator 4st District; Representative in State Legislature 27th District; STATE BOARDS:  State Board of Education Member (2); University of Michigan Regent (2); Michigan State University Trustee (2); Wayne State University Governor (2); COUNTY:  County Executive; Sheriff Partial Term Ending 12/31/2024; County Commissioner 15th District

NONPARTISAN SECTION

JUDICIAL:  Justice of Supreme Court (2); Court of Appeals 1st District Judge Incumbent Position (2); Court of Appeals 1st District Incumbent Position Partial Term ending 01/01/2027 (1); 3rd District Circuit Court Judge Incumbent Position (15); 3rd District Circuit Court Judge Non-Incumbent Position (5);  3rd Circuit Court Judge Incumbent Position Partial Term Ending 01/01/2027 (1);  3rd Circuit Court  New Judgeship 6 yr term (1); Probate Court Judge Incumbent Position (1); Probate Court Judge Non-Incumbent Position (1)

COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Board of Trustees Member Wayne County Community College 7th District

LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT:  Riverview Community School District Board Member (3)

PROPOSAL SECTION

STATE: 
Proposal 22-1:  A proposal to amend the state constitution to require annual public financial disclosure reports

Proposal 22-2:  A proposal to amend the state constitution to add provisions regarding elections

Proposal 22-3:  A proposal to amend the state constitution to establish new individual right to reproductive freedom, including right to make all decisions about pregnancy and abortion; allow state to regulate abortion in some cases; and forbid prosecution of individuals exercising established right

AUTHORITY
Wayne County Public Transportation Millage: For the purpose of providing funds in support of public transportation serving the elderly, disabled, and general public, shall 0.9949 Mill on all taxable property located within the Wayne County Transit Authority area be imposed for a period of four (4) years, being years 2022 through 2025?

A sample ballot may be viewed at www.cityofriverview.com when available with complete Proposal Language. Persons with special needs as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act should contact the clerk’s office. 

                                                                                    Cynthia M. Hutchison, City Clerk



 CITY OF RIVERVIEW, COUNTY OF WAYNE, STATE OF MICHIGAN
NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2022

TO THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF RIVERVIEW:

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a General Election will be held in the City of Riverview, Wayne County, Michigan, on Tuesday, November 8, 2022, between the hours of 7:00 AM and 8:00 PM prevailing Eastern Time to elect the following: 

PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the City of Riverview will be voting on the following Contests:

PARTISAN SECTION
 
STATE:  State Governor and Lieutenant Governor; Secretary of State; Attorney General;   Representative in Congress 6th District; State Senator 4st District; Representative in State Legislature 27th District; STATE BOARDS:  State Board of Education Member (2); University of Michigan Regent (2); Michigan State University Trustee (2); Wayne State University Governor (2); COUNTY:  County Executive; Sheriff Partial Term Ending 12/31/2024; County Commissioner 15th District

NONPARTISAN SECTION:
JUDICIAL:  Justice of Supreme Court (2); Court of Appeals 1st District Judge Incumbent Position (2); Court of Appeals 1st District Incumbent Position Partial Term ending 01/01/2027 (1); 3rd District Circuit Court Judge Incumbent Position (15); 3rd District Circuit Court Judge Non-Incumbent Position (5);  3rd Circuit Court Judge Incumbent Position Partial Term Ending 01/01/2027 (1);  3rd Circuit Court  New Judgeship 6 yr term (1); Probate Court Judge Incumbent Position (1); Probate Court Judge Non-Incumbent Position (1)

COMMUNITY COLLEGE: Board of Trustees Member Wayne County Community College 7th District

LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT:  Riverview Community School District Board Member (3)

PROPOSAL SECTION 
STATE: 
Proposal 22-1:  A proposal to amend the state constitution to require annual public financial disclosure reports by legislators and other state officers and change state legislator term limit to 12 total years in legislature
This proposed constitution amendment would:

  • Require members of legislature, governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state and attorney general file annual public financial disclosure reports after 2023, including assets, liabilities income sources, future employment agreements, gifts travel reimbursements, and positions held in organizations except religious, social, and political organizations.
  • Require legislature implement but not limit or restrict reporting requirements.
  • Replace current term limits for state representatives and state senators with a 12-year total limit in any combinations between house and senate, except a person elected to senate in 2022 may be elected the number of times allowed when that person became a candidate.

Should this proposal be adopted?

Proposal 22-2:  A proposal to amend the state constitution to add provisions regarding elections
This proposed constitutional amendment would:

  • Recognize fundamental right to vote without harassing conduct;
  • Require military or overseas ballots be counted if postmarked by election day;
  • Provide voter right verify identity with photo ID or signed statement;
  • Provide voter right to single application to vote absentee in all elections;
  • Require state-funded absentee-ballot drop boxes, and postage for absentee applications and ballots;
  • Provide that only election officials may conduct post-election audits;
  • Require nine days of early in-person voting;
  • Allow donations to fund elections, which must be disclosed;
  • Require canvass boards certify election results based only on the official records of votes cast.

Should this proposal be adopted?

Proposal 22-3:  A proposal to amend the state constitution to establish new individual right to reproductive freedom, including right to make all decisions about pregnancy and abortion; allow state to regulate abortion in some cases; and forbid prosecution of individuals exercising established right
This proposed constitutional amendment would:

  • Establish new individual right to reproductive freedom, including right to make and carry out all decisions about pregnancy, such as prenatal care, childbirth, postpartum care, contraception, sterilization, abortion, miscarriage management, and infertility;
  • Allow state to regulate abortion after fetal viability, but not prohibit if medically needed to protect a patient’s life or physical or mental health;
  • Forbid state discrimination in enforcement of this right; prohibit prosecution of an individual, or a person helping a pregnant individual, for exercising rights established by this amendment;
  • Invalidate state laws conflicting with the amendment.

Should this proposal be adopted?

AUTHORITY
Wayne County Public Transportation Millage:
If approved, this proposal will renew the 0.9949 Mill levied by the Wayne County Transit Authority for the years 2022 through 2025 and will allow continued support to the Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation (SMART) for a public transportation system serving the elderly, disable, and general public of Wayne County.
For the purpose of providing funds in support of public transportation serving the elderly, disabled, and general public, shall 0.9949 Mill on all taxable property located within the Wayne County Transit Authority area be imposed for a period of four (4) years, being years 2022 through 2025? Based on the known taxable value of $20,303,162,481 from the current 2022 tax year, this millage would raise approximately $20,199,616.35 in the first year.

A sample ballot may be viewed at www.cityofriverview.com when available. Persons with special needs as defined by the Americans with Disabilities Act should contact the clerk’s office. 

Further, the Voting Precincts will be held in the following locations:
Precinct  l - Riverview High School Gymnasium, 12431 Longsdorf (Quarry Road Entrance)
Precinct 2 - Riverview City Hall Gymnasium, 14100 Civic Park Drive (Gym Entrance)
Precinct 3 - Seitz Middle School Cafeteria, l7800 Kennebec (North Entrance – Auditorium)
Precinct 4 - Forest Elementary School Gymnasium,  l9400 Hampton (Front Lobby Entrance)

All electors who are registered with the city clerk in which they reside are eligible to vote at this election.  Sample ballots can be found at www.mi.gov/vote. To comply with the Help America Vote Act (HAVA), voting instructions will be available in audio format and in Braille. Arrangements for obtaining the instructions in these alternative formats can be made by contacting the city clerk in advance of the election. All polling locations are accessible for voters with disabilities.

This public notice is given in accordance with Section 168.653(a) of the Michigan Election Law as amended.

                                                                             Cynthia M. Hutchison, City Clerk


CITY OF RIVERVIEW 
UNOFFICIAL AUGUST 02, 2022 ELECTION RESULTS SUMMARY
UNOFFICIAL AUGUST 2, 2022 ELECTION RESULTS BY PRECINCT


CITY OF RIVERVIEW
ELECTION NOTICE
 PUBLIC ACCURACY TEST

Notice is hereby given that a Public Accuracy Test will be conducted for the purpose of certifying the program and scanning devices used to process voter ballots for the City General Election to be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2022, in the City of Riverview, Wayne County, Michigan.  Said Test is open to the public and any concerned parties may witness the test on Tuesday, November 1, 2022, at 3:00 PM at City of Riverview Municipal Building Council Conference Room, 14100 Civic Park Drive, Riverview, Michigan. 48193.

                                                            Cynthia M. Hutchison, City Clerk


voter identification cards
PUBLIC NOTICE ALL REGISTERED VOTERS IN RIVERVIEW, WAYNE COUNTY, MICHIGAN

Please be notified that new voter identification cards have been mailed to each Riverview registered voter in May.  Precincts have not changed, but the district numbers have changed as follows:

Congressional District: 6th
House: 27th
Senate: 4th 
County Commissioner: 15th

This card is issued for your information.  You are not required to present them to vote.  The Michigan Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission (MICRC) was established after voters approved a 2018 constitutional amendment that transferred the power to draw the state's congressional and legislative districts from the state legislature to an independent redistricting commission.  Redistricting is a legally required process that occurs every 10 years in which districts for the U.S. House and state legislatures are redrawn. Once the U.S. Census Bureau releases new population figures for all 50 states (in every year ending in “1”), seats in the U.S. House are handed out accordingly.  


CITY OF RIVERVIEW
COUNTY OF WAYNE
STATE OF MICHIGAN
NOTICE OF
ABSENT VOTER APPLICATION/BALLOT

Notice is hereby given that dual applications for Absent Voter Ballots from any registered voter in Riverview for the State General/School Board Elections to be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2022,  will be received in the office of the City Clerk from 9 AM to 5 PM Monday through Friday or dropped in the Outdoor Ballot Box.  Voters requesting a ballot may take a picture of the signed/completed application and email it to elections@cityofriverview.com or just mail to the City Clerk.  The initial mailing of ballots to absentee voters will be at the end of September for the  general election.  Absentee Voters who do not receive their ballot within the first week of  October, please contact the clerk’s office.

NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN, that at the Clerk's office Friday, November 4, 2022, is the deadline for acceptance of absentee ballot applications to be voted outside the Clerk's Office.  The Clerk’s office will be open Saturday, November 5, 2022 from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the deadlines for applications for absentee ballots to be voted in person at the Clerk's office in accordance with Sec. 168.76l of the Michigan Compiled Laws are 4:00 PM on  November 7, 2022.

EMERGENCY ABSENT VOTERS' APPLICATIONS will be issued to any registered elector prior to 4:00 PM on election day if he/she shall become physically disabled, or absent from the City because of sickness or death in the family which has occurred at a time making it impossible to apply for absent voter ballots by the statutory deadline.

                                                                        Cynthia M. Hutchison, City Clerk


Community Shred Day is Saturday, September 17, 2022
from noon to 4pm at the landfill



HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION DATES AND SITES FOR 2022


ELECTION POLL WORKERS NEEDED Application

Qualified Registered Voters and Students from 16-18 years of age may work as an election inspector in a precinct if the criteria of 3 certified precinct inspectors, who are qualified registered voters of at least two political parties, are appointed to the precinct. Training sessions are mandatory for certification. If you would like to work in the three elections, please download the Election Inspector Application link  above or come in and talk to the City Clerk (Monday-Friday 9-5). Inspectors are paid 2022 Minimum wage as follows: $9.87 PER HR (6:15 AM UNTIL THE POLL IS CLOSED or (6:15 AM to 2:15 PM or 2:15 PM to Close of Poll) plus Hrly rate for 3 hr training. Computer knowledge is a plus, but not necessary.  Chairs (12.87/hr and Co-Chairs 12.87/hr)






nonresident boat ramp permits SOLD OUT

monday, january 3, 2022.  YOU WILL BE GIVEN A NUMBER AND CALLED TO COME IN. current drivers license and vehicle registration that pulls the boat is required.  $200 checks made out to city of riverview.




OFFICIAL rIVERVIEW eLECTION rESULTS
NOVEMBER 2, 2021
BY PRECINCT AND ABSENTEE COUNTING BOARDS


11/03/2020 General Election Summary
August 2020 Open Primary Election Results
03/10/2020 Presidential Primary Election Results
Nov 2019 City Election Results



U.S. CENSUS BUREAU

The U.S. Census Bureau will be continuing to conduct multiple surveys regarding the Corona Virus Pandemic, the American Community Survey and an American Housing Survey (through September).  You will receive mailings of the survey and in-person visits if you do not respond to the surveys.  The U.S. Census Bureau surveys will not be sent to everyone in the city only part of the population.
The Census Bureau is also recruiting Riverview Residents for Survey Positions.
Please review this link to the types of surveys and if you are interested in applying as a field representative.
U.S. Census Bureau Powerpoint 



RETIREMENT BOARD OF TRUSTEES CITIZEN-AT-LARGE SEEKING APPLICANTS

Two terms will expired for the Retirement Board of Trustees on July 1, 2021.  The term is for three years.  Applicant shall be an elector, resident and taxpayer of the city who has no other fiduciary interest in the retirement system and who is not a member or a retirant and who holds no other city position and who has no insurable interest in a member or retirant to be appointed by the City Council.
Complete and return the application to the City Clerk.   Retirement Board Application


Board and Commission Vacancies
Application for Board or Commission
Complete application and send to the City Clerk


ZONING BOARD
Board of Zoning Appeals/Adjustments:  (1 regular vacancy and 2 alternate vacancies out of 9) Authorizes special approval of buildings and permits.  Meets 2nd Thurs. monthly 7:30 PM.  Three year appointment.


 

EMA Covid-19 Funeral Assistance


FEMA Covid-19 Funeral Assistance Flyer


CITY OF RIVERVIEW

NOXIOUS GRASS AND WEEDS NOTICE

To any owner of lands situated within the City of Riverview, County of Wayne, and the State of Michigan:  Notice is hereby given that all noxious weeds, as defined by City Ordinance Section 74-131, growing and all dead grass and weeds over 8” for developed properties and 10” for vacant properties on any land within the City of Riverview, must be cut down, destroyed and removed, when and as frequently as growth exceeds maximum height, during the period of April 1 through November 15 of any calendar year, to prevent such weeds from reaching a situation detrimental to the public health and welfare.

Failure to comply with this notice, shall make any party so failing liable for the costs of cutting, destroying and removing said noxious weeds and dead grass and brush by said City; said cost to be levied and collected against said lands in the same manner as prescribed by the City Charter and City Code (Code 2003, SS 74-136, 74-137).

             Cynthia M. Hutchison, City Clerk



RIVERVIEW RUBBISH PICK UP NOTICE TO RESIDENTS

Many residents are not conforming to the new trash hauler's guidelines of making sure their garbage totes have the numbers facing the street and the handle should be at the curb.  The haulers now have a mechanical arm that picks up the tote and lifts it overhead to dump  into the truck.  Please follow these guidelines as the workers are wasting time having to get out to turn all the totes the correct way so that the arm will work. 

Please kindly inform your neighbor who is doing it incorrectly as not all residents have the internet.
Thank you for your cooperation in this matter.



Wayne County Financial Hardship Policy and Applications

 

NOTICE TO CITY OF RIVERVIEW TAXPAYERS

Any and all delinquent bills must be paid in full prior to Thursday, April 15, 2022 or be placed on 2022 city tax bill as a lien against the property with a 20% administration fee.

  • Water 
  • Weeds
  • Environmental Surcharge
  • New Water Meter Installation Delay Assessment Bills

Payments may be made by appointment at the Finance Department, 14100 Civic Park Drive, Riverview, MI 48193 Monday through Friday 9 AM to 5 PM or dropped in the Drop Box located in the Police Department Lobby.  Pay tax or water bills online with credit card (includes 3% convenience fee with $2 minimum)


PUBLIC NOTICE
LOCAL OFFICERS’ COMPENSATION COMMISSION

REQUIRES NEW MEMBERS FOR QUORUM

The City of Riverview Local Officers’ Compensation Commission is in of one member.  This is a five member commission that currently has four members.  The term of office is 5 years as they meet every other odd year in January.  The commission determines the salary of elected officials on a biannual basis    Compensation is reviewed with other like communities and a determination of whether to increase or keep status quo is recommended and is presented to council.  Please contact the City Clerk’s Office as soon as possible to fill out an application to be submitted for approval by council.  Contact chutchison@cityofriverview.com or phone 734-281-4240.


PUBLIC NOTICE
PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION

REQUIRES NEW MEMBERS FOR QUORUM


The Parks and Recreation Commission are looking for new members interested in serving the community.  One year as a resident and registered elector of the city is required.  Commissioners meet not less than once per month on the 1st Wednesday of the month at 7 PM.

  • The parks and recreation commission shall serve in an advisory capacity to the recreation director. It shall be the duty of the commission to study, conceive and formulate recommended programs and facilities to the recreation director for the administration of the recreational program.  The parks and recreation commission shall prepare a recommended program and needs for the operation of the parks and recreation department and submit the program to the recreation director by January 1 of each year.  From this, the recreation director shall submit a recommended budget to the city manager on or before February 15 of each year.  Please contact Todd Dickman at 734-281-4219 or by email tdickman@cityofriverview.com if you have questions or send or drop off your application to the City Clerk.


 

 CITY OF RIVERVIEW

NOTICE OF DELINQUENT BILLS
ALL DELINQUENT WATER BILLS
ALL DELINQUENT WEED CUTTING BILLS
ALL DELINQUENT ENVIRONMENTAL SURCHARGE BILLS

Must be paid in full on or before APRIL 15, 2022, or be placed on the 2022 City Tax Roll as a Lien against the property along with a 20% Administration Fee.   Payments are accepted at City Hall, 14100 Civic Park Drive, during normal business hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.  You may also use the payment drop box located in the Police Department Lobby; available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.  Pay tax or water bills online with credit card (includes 3% convenience fee with $2 minimum).

                                                       Robert McMahon, Finance/Purchasing Director

 

2019 PROPERTY TAX RATES FOR WAYNE COUNTY COMMUNITIES

Please review the property tax rates of downriver communities and find that Riverview is among the lowest.

 


RESIDENT FREE LAND PRESERVE DISPOSAL POLICY

Each residence with proof of residency shall be permitted disposal of up to four (4) loads of acceptable waste at no charge each fiscal year. One load is counted as each time a resident delivers waste to the Land Preserve in one of the acceptable Vehicles as follows:  car, van. pickup truck or a trailer of less than two (2) cubic yards capacity being pulled by an empty car, van or pickup truck. All other types of vehicles will receive a landfill-gate rate charge.

Notice: A change in ownership of a residence during a fiscal year period will provide the new resident at the physical address the privilege of free disposal of up to four loads, less any previously used free disposals during the fiscal year.

Residents may deliver waste materials to the Land Preserve at any time during normal Land Preserve business hours under acceptable site conditions and comply with all posted rules and regulations and instructions from staff while on Land Preserve premises (ticket office:  734-287-7114)


 

LANDFILL RECYCLING HOURS EXTENDED EVERY WEDNESDAY
The Riverview Land Preserve's Recycling Area will be open to residents every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday until 7:00 PM to accommodate those who need after regular hours the opportunity to recycle.   They are presently closed on Saturdays for recycling.


 RESIDENT VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO FILL VACANCIES ON BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS

Information on vacancies on various boards and commissions 
    Application


RIVERVIEW CITY COUNCIL 2022 MEETING SCHEDULE

All regular meetings of the City Council will be held on the 1st and 3rd Mondays commencing at 7:00 p.m. In-Person Meetings are held in the Council Chambers of the Riverview Municipal Building, 14100 Civic Park Drive, Riverview, Michigan 48193, Such regular meetings shall be open to the public and persons present shall be afforded an opportunity to address the City Council in accordance with regulations and subject to time limitations as prescribed
                        January 3 and 18 (Tuesday)                 February 7 and 22 (Tuesday)
                        March 7 and 21                                     April 4 and 18
                        May 2 and 16                                        June 6 and 20
                        July 5 and 18                                         August 1 and 15
                        September 6 (Tuesday) and 19            October 3 and 17
                        November 7 and 21                               December 5 and 19
                        

In addition to the foregoing, the City Council shall meet in Study Session for the purpose of reviewing written reports and oversee technical or procedural matters affecting the conduct of City affairs.  Such meetings are held on the second Monday (and fourth Mondays, if requested by Mayor or City Manager), at 7:00 p.m. and open to the public.  

                                                                          


 

RIVERVIEW CITY COMMISSION AND BOARD MEETINGS FOR 2021 CALENDAR YEAR

BOARD/COMMISSION/COMMITTEE

MEETING DATE/DAY

 TAKES PLACE

     TIME

Ad Hoc Audit Committee  *City Council Conference Room

2nd  Monday December

Annually

6:00 PM

Ad Hoc Civic Engr. Committee – *City Mgrs. Conference Room

TBD

6 mos prior to City Engineer contract      expiration date

 

Ad Hoc Environmental Engr. Committee -*City Mgrs. Conference Room

TBD

6 mos prior to Env Engr contract expiration date

6:00 PM

Ad Hoc Land Preserve Committee  -Council Chambers

2nd Monday

Monthly

5:30 PM

Ad Hoc Public Safety Committee -  *City Mgrs. Conference Room

As Needed

TBD

4:00 PM

Beautification Commission -*City Services Conference Room

2nd Tuesday

Monthly

6:00 PM


Board of Review - *Council Chambers

 

February 22 -Organization
March 14 - Valuation Appeals
March 28 - Valuation Appeals
July 19  - Corrections 
December 13- Corrections 

6:00 PM
1:00-9:00 PM
12:00-6:00 PM
6:00 PM
6:00 PM

Board of Zoning Appeals -*Council Chambers

2nd Thursday

Monthly

7:30 PM

Building Authority - *City Services Conference Room

May & October

 

7:00 PM

City Planning Commission - *Council Chambers

1st & 3rd Thursdays

Bi-monthly

7:30 PM

Economic Development Corp. /Brownfield Redevelopment Auth. -  *City Mgrs. Conference Room

4th Monday February, April, June, August, October (Annual) December TBD

Even months and one Annual

6:00 PM

Election Commission - *Council Conference Room

1st Monday of Month prior to election

Prior to each Election

6:45 PM

Election Coordinating Committee - *Council Conference Room

Currently inactive

Bi-Annual Odd Years 

10:00 AM

Library Commission - *Library Conference Room

3rd Thursday

Monthly (Except July/Aug)

7:00 PM

Local Officers Compensation Commission - *City Services Conf. Rm.

Jan/2022

Bi-Annual Odd Years Only

3:00 PM

Recreation Commission - *City Services Conference Room

1st Wednesday

Monthly

7:00 PM

Retirement Board of Trustees - *Council Conference Room

4th Thursday, except November. December = 2nd Thursday

Monthly

4:00 PM

Riverview  Historical Commission

(Currently inactive)

 

 

Senior Recreation Commission

(Currently inactive)

 

 

Taylor Act 179 Authority

1st Wednesday in March - Meeting adjourned until April 13, 2022

Annually

7:30 PM

Veterans Memorial Committee

TBD

TBD

TBD

 

 

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