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Clinton Township Mayor

Clinton Township has a Faulkner Act Small Municipality form of government, with the Mayor and Council comprising the legislative body. The Mayor and each member of Council are elected at large to 3 year terms. The Township Clerk acts as the administrative assistant for the Governing Body and records the minutes for all meetings. Generally, the Council holds its regular meetings on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each month at 7:00 PM. Each regular meeting features two opportunities for members of the public to comment on any issue. In addition, any proposed ordinance or changes to an existing ordinance must have a hearing before adoption.

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  • Brian K. Mullay
    (Rep)

Biographical Information

What do you consider the most important challenges facing your municipality? How do you intend to address these challenges?

What personal and professional experiences have prepared you for this position?

What, if any, new proposals for local ordinances and/or resolutions do you think are needed, and why?

The State’s Attorney General has directed all county and municipal police agencies to identify discriminatory policies and practices and work to eliminate them. What should our municipality do to promote accountability and non-biased policing in our law enforcement?

What are your short-term and long-term plans to address the budgetary and economic impacts of COVID-19 in our municipality?

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