Tuscola County, Michigan
The Akron Township Clerk is responsible for maintaining all township records. She keeps the township book of oaths, minutes for meetings, cemetery records and deeds.
She maintains the general ledger, accepts all township invoices, prepares checks for payables and prepares all township payroll checks. She prepares tax documents for the township and for payroll.
The clerk is responsible for maintaining the budget records and presenting them at township meetings.
Elections in Akron Township are conducted by the township clerk. She manages voter registrations, chairs the election commission, determines election employee compensation, handles recounts, and conducts recall elections. She attends annual and sometimes more frequent training sessions to keep current on election policies, procedures and equipment. The clerk also enlists the help of efficient election workers to conduct the elections professionally and methodically. Akron Township has one precinct at the township hall. Primary, general and special elections are all held at the site. Normal voting hours are from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m..
Absentee ballots are available by contacting the clerk, anyone wishing to vote must register with the clerk 90 days prior to any election.
In addition, the Akron Township Clerk maintains all financial books and prepares payroll and tax documents for the Akron-Columbia-Wisner Ambulance volunteer personnel.