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There are currently no elections. If you are looking to register to vote, please click here.

To apply to become an election inspector, please click here.

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February  10, 24
March  10, 24
April  7, 21
May  5, 19
June  2, 16, 30
July  14, 28
August  11, 25
September  8, 22
October  6, 20
November  3, 17
December  1, 15, 29

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Kim Meltzer

Kim Meltzer grew up in Marysville, MI. and graduated from Marysville High School.  Always involved in various sports, Kim focused most of her athletic abilities in the area of figure skating.   Kim participated in many competitions in the U.S. and Canada before registering with the USFSA –United States Figure Skating Association as a professional figure skating instructor.  Kim also trained to become a personal fitness instructor and worked with both youth and seniors training in fitness specific sports. 

Kim has a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Wayne State University but did not pursue this degree until after she gave birth to her three children.  Kim enjoys learning and believes it is never too late to learn.  Kim was influenced to study the political arena by her children.  She wanted to participate in making the community they grew up in, a better place. 

Kim and her husband, Clarence own and operate a manufacturing company in Macomb County and employ Macomb County residents.  Kim is passionate about manufacturing and advocates for it at every opportunity, saying “in order for the great State of Michigan to rebound economically, we must manufacture.“

Kim began her political service in 2000 when she won her first election as Trustee to the Clinton Twp. Board of Trustees.  Kim served one term and ran for the State House of Representatives where she served two terms before being elected to the position of Clinton Twp. Clerk in 2012.

While a state representative Kim served as vice-chair of Tax Policy, Commerce, Urban Policy and was vice-chair of the committee on Ethics and Elections.  With her experience as a job provider and her focus on job creation, Kim advocated for policies that would bring manufacturing back to Michigan.  Kim also received much recognition for her accomplishments with the Macomb Food Pantry and Michigan Legislative Anti-Hunger Caucus. As Clerk Kim will continue to support programs that will help Clinton Twp. residents eradicate hunger.

Kim is grateful for your confidence in her ability to lead as your Clinton Twp. Clerk and is committed to lead with integrity and efficiency.

Kim Meltzer grew up in Marysville, MI. and graduated from Marysville High School.  Always involved in various sports, Kim focused most of her athletic abilities in the area of figure skating.   Kim participated in many competitions in the U.S. and Canada before registering with the USFSA –United States Figure Skating Association as a professional figure skating instructor.  Kim also trained to become a personal fitness instructor and worked with both youth and seniors training in fitness specific sports. 

Kim has a bachelor’s degree in Political Science from Wayne State University but did not pursue this degree until after she gave birth to her three children.  Kim enjoys learning and believes it is never too late to learn.  Kim was influenced to study the political arena by her children.  She wanted to participate in making the community they grew up in, a better place. 

Kim and her husband, Clarence own and operate a manufacturing company in Macomb County and employ Macomb County residents.  Kim is passionate about manufacturing and advocates for it at every opportunity, saying “in order for the great State of Michigan to rebound economically, we must manufacture.“

Kim began her political service in 2000 when she won her first election as Trustee to the Clinton Twp. Board of Trustees.  Kim served one term and ran for the State House of Representatives where she served two terms before being elected to the position of Clinton Twp. Clerk in 2012.

While a state representative Kim served as vice-chair of Tax Policy, Commerce, Urban Policy and was vice-chair of the committee on Ethics and Elections.  With her experience as a job provider and her focus on job creation, Kim advocated for policies that would bring manufacturing back to Michigan.  Kim also received much recognition for her accomplishments with the Macomb Food Pantry and Michigan Legislative Anti-Hunger Caucus. As Clerk Kim will continue to support programs that will help Clinton Twp. residents eradicate hunger.

Kim is grateful for your confidence in her ability to lead as your Clinton Twp. Clerk and is committed to lead with integrity and efficiency.

Passports

The Clinton Township Clerk's office accepts passport applications on behalf of the United States Department of State. U.S. citizens planning international travel may apply for their passports at the Clinton Township Clerk’s Office, 40700 Romeo Plank Road, during business hours.

The fees that are charged are set by the federal government and are the same everywhere: $25 for processing the application and $110 for the adult passport. Applicants are required to bring two passport photos (obtainable at Kinko’s, local drugstores and AAA, among other locations), a sealed birth certificate (from the clerk’s office of the county of their birth), a driver’s license, and two checks. Please write one check payable to the U.S. Department of State for $110.00 and the other check payable to the Charter Township of Clinton for $25.00. Applications are available at the Clinton Township Clerk’s Office.  The new passport fees complete list can be viewed by clicking here.

As a certified application acceptance agency, the Clerk’s Office forwards all materials to the Philadelphia U.S. Department of State office, from where the passport is issued to the applicant, a process that takes about six weeks.

Our staff is required to get trained and receive certification from the U.S. Department of State. This service makes the Civic Center even more of a one-stop shop for persons and we’re happy to offer that convenience. In addition, when people choose this Clerk’s Office to be the agency that processes their application, the $25 fee goes to the general fund, which will be a boost for the township’s budget.

Committee Guidelines

Policy Guidelines for Committee,
Commissions, and Board Appointments

  1. All applications for appointment to boards, commissions and/or committees that the Board of Trustees shall have authority to make shall be submitted to all Board members and voted upon by the Board.  By State Statute, the Planning Commission and the Downtown Development Authority Members are appointed by the Township Supervisor with the Township Board of Trustees approval. 
  2. Sixty days prior to any committee expiration date, a notice of intended vacancy will be posted by the Administrative Aide on our cable channel, township bulletin board and on our township web site.  Board members will be advised as well.
  3. Interested individuals will be directed to complete an Application for Appointment which can be downloaded off the website or obtained from the Trustee’s Office.  Those wishing to be re-appointed will also be required to complete an application.
  4. All applications will be submitted to the Administrative Aide in the Trustee’s Office by the cut-off date as specified on the posting.
  5. All applications received by the Administrative Aide will be disseminated to all board members for review prior to the board meeting.  A letter will likewise be prepared by the Administrative Aide placing the appointment(s) on the Board agenda.
  6. In the event a term is vacated due to resignation, the same process will be followed once notification of said resignation has been received in the Trustees Office. 
  7. Committee appointments that fall to the Township supervisor by statute or committee by-laws will also be posted as a courtesy to all.
  8. The Administrative Aide will coordinate and oversee the process maintaining all records on committee appointments.

APPLICATION FOR APPOINTMENT CLICK HERE

Phone: (586) 286-9422
Fax: (586) 723-8181
Elections: (586) 286-9420

  • Kim Meltzer, Clerk
  • Kimberly Irvine, Deputy Clerk, Elections Coordinator
2013 Holiday Schedule

JANUARY 1st - New Year's Day
FEBRUARY 18th - President's Day
MARCH 29th - Good Friday
MAY 27th - Memorial Day
JULY 4th - Independance Day Obsv.
SEPTEMBER 2nd - Labor Day
OCTOBER 14th - Columbus Day
NOVEMBER 11th - Veteran's Day
      28th - Thanksgiving Day
      29th - Day Aft. Thanksgiving
DECEMBER 24th - Christmas Eve
      Obsv.
      25th - Christmas Day Obsv.
      31st - New Year's Day Eve Obsv.

JANUARY 1st - New Year's Day
FEBRUARY 18th - President's Day
MARCH 29th - Good Friday
MAY 27th - Memorial Day
JULY 4th - Independance Day Obsv.
SEPTEMBER 2nd - Labor Day
OCTOBER 14th - Columbus Day
NOVEMBER 11th - Veteran's Day
      28th - Thanksgiving Day
      29th - Day Aft. Thanksgiving
DECEMBER 24th - Christmas Eve
      Obsv.
      25th - Christmas Day Obsv.
      31st - New Year's Day Eve Obsv.

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