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Road Closure -- Roepke Road
Monday, May 13, 2013 and Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Roepke Road between the county line and Boyce Road in Lyndon Township
WHY: Limestone Placement
BACKGROUND: On Monday, May 13, 2013, the Washtenaw County Road Commission will impose a daytime closure of Roepke Road between the county line and Boyce Road to local traffic only for the placement of limestone. This daytime closure is expected to continue on Tuesday, May 14, 2013. This work is weather dependent.
During the closure period, through traffic can use Joslin Lake Road as an alternate route. LOCAL TRAFFIC only will be allowed through the closed section of Roepke Road during the closure.
To maintain the safety of road crews, motorists are asked to be especially mindful of construction equipment and personnel and reduce speeds accordingly. The Washtenaw County Road Commission thanks you in advance for your patience as we continue our efforts to preserve the county road system.
CONTACT: If you have any questions concerning this road closure, please contact Aaron Berkholz, Superintendent of Maintenance at (734) 327-6682, or via email at email@example.com
LYNDON TOWNSHIP RESIDENTS
Lyndon Township is seeking volunteers interested in working on a Grants Committee. The purpose of this committee is to help find and secure grants that will benefit Lyndon Township.
If you have experience in grant writing and/or are interested in serving your local community, please contact Lyndon Township by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 734-475-2401 by Tuesday, May 14, 2013, 10:00 a.m.
Receive township information via e-mail. Get police reports, meeting information, reports from other county agencies, and more. Just e-mail the office manager and let her know you want to be added to our email group.
Township Board Meetings. Township Clerk, Linda Reilly, schedules Township Board Meetings and prepares the agenda. So if you have concern about the township, please send it to her in writing or appear in person at a Board Meeting and it can be addressed under “Call To The Public,” or contact her by phone or email. -- See more about the the clerk's responsibilities, including elections, under "Clerk."
US Passports. Our township office is able to facilitate US Passport applications. Stop in during normal office hours to start the process.
Public Safety. If you are concerned about receiving tornado warnings, there are several inexpensive NOAA weather radios available. They are designed to automatically turn on 24 hours a day and advise you if there is severe weather expected in your location. We have some information available at the office and they are also listed on the internet (just Google “weather radios”).
You can also find different applications for your cell and smart phone. The national weather service website https://registration.weather.com/ursa/alerts/step1 has a section that allows you to receive notices on both your computer and cell phone.
If you sign on to www.Nixle.com you can have safety and traffic messages sent to your cell phone that are generated by the Washtenaw County Sheriff's Department and the Chelsea Police Department.