Come join more than 1,000 fellow township officials in the state of Michigan at this year?s event to discover how to ?chart a new course? for your own community and learn how to make the most out of your experience on the township board.?Nowhere else will you receive quality educational and networking opportunities created only with townships in mind. Learn new trends and insights that will help you guide YOUR new course for the upcoming term ahead.?Participants can choose from more than 75 different educational sessions.
Elected Michigan township officials and township employees primarily elected board members: supervisors, clerks, treasurers and trustees and their employees, including superintendents, managers, assessors, fire chiefs, financial assistants, attorneys, planners.
Computer systems and governmental software, insurance, municipal investment opportunities, playground equipment, public utilities, financial consultants, public works equipment, golf course and recreation suppliers, billing services, radio/communications equipment, law firms, printing supplies, emergency vehicles, engineers, architects, planners, federal, state and nonprofit organizations and programs, office equipment, and any exhibitor with a product or service of interest to municipal/township clients.