ASSYRIA TOWNSHIP RESIDENTS
SENIOR MEAL CHOICE PROGRAM: Barry County Commission on Aging (COA) Senior Meal Choice Program is now available at Jack & Judy's Country Kettle in Nashville, MI. Seniors age 60 (and over) and a resident living in Assyria Township can visit the COA at 320 W. Woodlawn Avenue in Hastings to complete an application and receive a Meal Card loaded to use at the restaurant. For more information, please call the COA at 269-948-4856 or click here.
DEER CARCASS REMOVAL - A service is available to Barry County residents which allows them to report a dead deer they've seen alongside Barry County roadways. The service is for Barry County and is paid for by a special grant where the carcass will be picked up weekly (generally on Fridays) if a minimum of 4 deer are on the list and in clear sight within 25 feet of the road.
Please call 269-948-4801 24-hours a day to report the carcass location. Please be able to provide the location and distance from the nearest road and cross street and which side of the roadway the carcass is on.
Barry County Departments Click Here
The Township does NOT maintain a staffed Office ~ Refer to CONTACT US for more information.
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HOURS OF OPERATION:
BACKGROUND: Assyria Township does not maintain a staffed office. The Township Board meets on the first Monday of each month (if Monday is a holiday we meet the following day) at 7:30 p.m. Except the April meeting is held the last business day in March.
BUSINESS HOURS: Pursuant to MCL 211.10a and Township resolution of 3 July 2006, all property assessment rolls and property appraisal cards (as well as other FOIA material) are available for viewing and copying during customary business hours by appointment. Appointments can be made during a regular monthly meeting or by contacting a Township official.
BOARD OF REVIEW: Pursuant to Michigan Compiled Law, will:
Meet at 7 p.m. on Tuesday following the first Monday in March to receive the roll. MCL 211.29(1)
Meet at 9 a.m. for 6 hours on the second Monday in March to receive/review petitions. MCL 211.30(1)
Meet from 6 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday following the second Monday in March to receive/review petitions. MCL 211.30(4)
Meet from 6 to 9 p.m. on Thursday following the second Monday in March to receive/review petitions. MCL 211.30(4)
Meet at 6 p.m. on Tuesday following the third Monday in July, if called to sit, to correct error and otherwise address MCL 211.7 issues. MCL 211.53b
Meet at 6 p.m. on Tuesday following the second Monday in December, if called to sit, to correct error and otherwise address MCL 211.7 issues. MCL 211.53b
LOCATED IN ASSYRIA TOWNSHIP:
Heritage Hills Bible Church
13015 S M 66 Hwy Bellevue MI 49021
Our Lady of Great Oak
6547 Lacey Rd Bellevue MI 49021
Baseline United Methodist Church
9617 Baseline Rd Battle Creek MI 49017
Cross Winds Ranch HORSES/TRAINING/EQUIPMENT
Marc & Christy Huver,10400 South M66 Hwy,Nashville, MI 49073
Barry County Cares (all kinds of help): http://www.barrycountycares.org/
Barry County Animal Help: http://www.barrycountyhumane.org/
Michigan Voter Information: https://www.michigan.gov/sos/0,4670,7-127-1633---,00.html
State of Michigan: https://www.michigan.gov/
Secretary of State: www.michigan.gov/sos
UNITED WAY: www.bcunitedway.org
Veterans Assistance, Barry County: http://www.barrycounty.org/veterans_affairs/index.php
For burial benefits, Solders & Sailors Relief Act and other assistance and help for veterans (honorable service) and
spouse please contact Pattrick Jansens at (269) 945-1296 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Veteran Burial Benefits (Federal): https://www.va.gov/burials-memorials/veterans-burial-allowance/
Fort Custer National Cemetery: https://www.cem.va.gov/cems/nchp/ftcuster.asp
FUN FOR KIDS: http://www.sparky.org/
The Michigan Freedom of Information Act (Public Act 442 of 1976, MCL 15.231, et seq.) gives the public the right to request to inspect and receive copies of public records, and to subscribe to regular issuances of public records. The FOIA coordinator for Assyria Township is the Township Supervisor.
All meetings of the township board and other township public bodies will be open to the public according to the Michigan Open Meetings Act (Public Act 267 of 1976, MCL 15.261, et seq.).