The City of Marshall's FOIA policy adopted by City Council on January 3, 2011.
The following document is a general guideline of the Michigan Open Meetings Act (Public Act 267 of 1976). This document does not contain all aspects of the Michigan Open Meetings Act.
Go to the state of Michigan web site (www.michigan.gov) to download the Act in its entirety.
The public's right to access certain public records is protected under the Freedom Information Act.
As City Clerk, the Clerk-Treasurer’s office participates in almost every aspect of communications for and by the City. This includes Council minutes, notice for Council public hearings and other various boards, administering oaths, ordinance review and/or printing, codification and notification to proper officials of the expiration of any official bonds, contracts or agreements, liability claims and Freedom of Information requests. The Clerk also acts as custodian of all official papers, documents and records pertaining to the City of Marshall. In addition, it is also the duty of the City Clerk to administer elections and voter registration in accordance with State and Federal law.