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Knowledge Will Forever Govern Ignorance And A People Who Mean To Be Their Own Governours Must Arm Themselves With The Power Which Knowledge Gives

James Madison

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Accepting Bids for Used Vehicle until July 31


MORTON TOWNSHIP is accepting bids for the purchase of a used 1980 Ford F350 4WD Pickup, approx. 19400 miles, removed from the Fire Department service.

Information and bid sheets are available here or at the Morton Township Hall, M-F, 8 am-12 (noon) and 1 pm-4 pm (231-972-7138).  Bids will be accepted until July 31, 2014 @ 4pm.

Primary Election Notice - Tuesday, August 5, 2014


The proposal section of the ballot for the primary election on August 5, 2014, includes two millage proposals important to Morton Township's Fire and Rescue Operations and Equipment/Housing.  Click here for more details.

Your Opinions Matter - Morton Township Survey


 

All Canadian Lakes and Morton Township property owners are encouraged to participate in the Morton Township Economic Development Committee Survey.  You should have recently received it in the mail from Central Michigan University.

Morton Township Recycling Program


 

MORTON TOWNSHIP RECYCLING @ CANADIAN LAKES FIRE/RESCUE

8260 - 100TH AVENUE STANWOOD, MI 49346

OPEN: EVERY SATURDAY OF THE MONTH – 9:00 A.M. TO 12:00 (NOON)

Recycling Tidbits

Recycling has averaged 200 cars per Saturday for the last 14 months; last Saturday was no exception, but for some reason more cars arrived before we opened at 9:00 and it took a while to catch up to them.  Perhaps people were worried about the bins becoming full and, therefore, closing before they got there?? However, our Recycling Crew did accommodate everyone, and no one was turned away.

DVD Available


The Mecosta-Morton Area Historical Society has a DVD available.  Anyone interested can purchase one for $15.00 or two for $25.00.  Email M-MAHS.org or call (231) 972-8042.  The dvd is 29 minutes long and is narrated by local residents.