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Michelle Mohney

Township Clerk

(269) 381-4328

Kelly Sims

Deputy Clerk

(269) 381-4328

Nicole Shook

Election Specialist

(269) 381-4328

Accounts Payable

Accounts Payable

(269) 381-4328

***ATTENTION VENDORS. PLEASE MAIL ALL INVOICES TO: PO Box 449 Comstock, MI 49041***

Township Clerk Duties and Responsibilities

Michigan State Law designates the duties of a Township Clerk, although Township Boards may require additional responsibilities or delegate certain duties.


Some of the duties and responsibilities of the Comstock Township Clerk include:

  • Election management and voter registration
  • Cemetery management and record keeping
  • Maintaining and organizing Township records
  • Payroll administration
  • Accounts payable and receivable
  • Cable television administration duties
  • Township insurance coordinator
  • Writing the minutes for all Township Board meetings

READ!   ENSURING AND SECURING YOUR VOTE

The Election Commission will hold a Special Meeting on Monday, October 7, 2019 at the Township Hall, following the regular Township Board Meeting, to discuss the November 5, 2019 Election.

We are currently accepting applications for Election Inspectors.  Please click here for further details.

Campaign Signs

All about safety:  Temporary Campaign Signs must be placed properly in the Right-of-Way

Road Commission of Kalamazoo County (RCKC):

     The placement of temporary wire campaign signs within the right-of-way (county road right-of-way is typically 33 feet from the centerline) must not obstruct vision, especially at intersections. The placement of a large temporary sign supported more permanently in the ground is not allowed. Campaign signs that do not meet these criteria will be removed. Candidates are responsible for obtaining approval from adjacent property owners before placing signs, If the placement of a tempoary sign is in the right-of-way and the property owner does not prefer that the sign be palced there, they should be immediately removed. Signs must be removed after the election.

Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT):

            Signs must be placed more than 30 feet from the edge of the roadway (or from the white line along the edge on highways) without barrier-type curbs. On highways that do have barrier curbs, the signs must be more than 3 feet from the back of the curb. Signs are not allowed within clear vision areas at intersections or commercial driveways, or within limited access rights of way. Campaign signs that do not meet these criteria will be removed.  Candidates are responsible for obtaining approval from adjacent property owners before placing signs. Signs must be removed within 10 days after the election.

            For more information on campaign sign placement standards, visit the MDOT Web site at www.michigan.gov/mdot/0,1607,7-151-42456-147773–F,00.html.  Courtesy of MDOT Press Release