Election Inspectors

The City is accepting applications for election workers to work at the precincts on election day.

The City of St. Johns is looking for election inspectors.  Registered voters of Clinton County interested in serving as an Election Inspector for the City of St. Johns on election days should fill out an Election Inspector Application at the City Clerk’s Office, 100 East State Street, Suite #1100, St. Johns.  It is also available on our website.  The Clinton County Clerk conducts training every even year in the summer that is required every two years for all election inspectors.  If you have questions or would like more information, you may contact the city clerk’s office at 224-8944 extension 223.

Election Inspector Application

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Local Development Finance Authority

The Local Development Financing Act, Public Act 281 of 1986, as amended, allows a city, village, or urban township to utilize tax increment financing to fund public infrastructure improvements. This tool is designed to promote economic growth and job creation. Communities across Michigan have utilized LDFA districts to extend sewer and water lines, to construct roads, and to service manufacturing, agricultural processing, and high technology operations.

The financing mechanism allows for the capture of the incremental growth of local property taxes over a period of time to fund public infrastructure improvements. By leveraging future tax increments, the LDFA is able to finance these public improvements, which can lead to new development opportunities within the community.

Staff contact for the LDFA: Jon Stoppels, City Manager, (989) 224-8944 ext. 220, jstoppels@stjohnsmich.com 

Any other information required by MCL 125.4910(1) can be obtained at St. Johns City Offices, 100 E. State Street, Suite #1100, St. Johns, Michigan 48879.

Resolution Creating LDFA

TIF & Development Plan

Budget

Audit

Informational Meeting Minutes:

12/09/2019

08/21/2019