NOTICE TO CHALLENGERS
NOTICE TO CHALLENGERS FOR THE STATE PRIMARY ELECTION TO BE HELD ON TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 2022
CITY OF SOUTHGATE, MICHIGAN
Notice is hereby given, that 1 (one) challenger from each qualified County approved political party and organization will be permitted in the Absent Voter Counting Board (AVCB). Two AVCB’s will be located at Southgate City Hall, 14400 Dix-Toledo Road, Southgate, MI 48195 and one AVCB will be located at the Southgate Veteran’s Memorial Library, 14680 Dix-Toledo Road, Southgate, MI 48195 on Election Day, Tuesday, August 2, 2022. Challengers serving at an AVCB are sequestered at the facility and cannot leave until the close of polls and processing and tabulation is complete. Please contact the City Clerk’s Office regarding AVCB challengers at 734-258-3014.
Janice M. Ferencz
Post until August 3, 2022
KNOW YOUR FORCE (KYF)
The Southgate Police Department is proud to announce that we partnered with Know Your Force (KYF) which is a way that you can provide feedback on your interactions with our Police Officers. Simply, scan the QR-code, provided by the officer, with your mobile device to tell us about your interaction.
WEED CUTTING SEASON EFFECTIVE 5/15/2022
The 2022 Weed Cutting Season will begin on May 15, 2022. Per ordinance 692.02 (b), “If between May 1, 2022 and October 15, 2022, The City finds that any owner, the owner’s agent, resident or occupant has failed to cut, destroy or remove the material and vegetation, the City shall cause such material and vegetation to be cut, destroyed or removed within fifteen days and shall bill the owner therefore at rates established by the Council.” Also, Per City of Southgate ordinance 694.01, “Every person who owns or inhabits any land within the City shall cut, destroy or remove from such land all grasses and weeds, including noxious and poisonous varieties, growing thereon, whether residential, commercial or industrial property, from April 15 through October 15 of each year, to prevent such weeds from going to seed or blossom, as the case may be, as well as overgrowing the lot, and to prevent dead grass and brush from becoming a fire hazard or health hazard. The Ordinance Department or its agent shall determine which lots need to be cut and the decision of that office shall be final and conclusive.”