About the Supervisors's Office
The Office of the Township Supervisor is a flurry of activity!
State law and the Charter Township Act outlines the statutory duties of the Supervisor. These duties include assessing; preparation delivery of an annual budget to the Board of Trustees; appoints some commissioners and calls special meetings. Locally, our Supervisor serves the township as the chief law enforcement official and chief personnel officer. With the exceptions of departments directly under the supervision of the clerk or treasurer, all personnel and departments report to her. She is also an ex-officio member of all committees and commissions. (Read more...)
About Supervisor Tracey Schultz- Kobylarz
Supervisor Tracey Schultz Kobylarz is the first woman elected to serve our community as Township Supervisor. She began her term of service on November 20, 2008 at a time when housing markets were crashing, people were losing their homes and the economic loss to the township was devastating the general fund. While many people would have thrown up their hands, she rolled up her sleeves and started to work.
Future City Competition
8th Grade Science Class at St. Valentine School
President Obama's Visit to Redford Township
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Please join Supervisor Kobylarz in the Mittens for Detroit campaign. Mittens for Detroit is a community initiative whose sole purpose is to collect and distribute new, unused gloves and mittens to those in need - both children and adults - in metro Detroit. You can find out more about this initiative at their website:
There is a box located on the first floor of Town Hall for the collection of gloves and mittens. Please feel free to share this information with others and donate gloves and mittens to those less fortunate in the Detroit area.
State of the Township Address Wednesday, April 13, 2011 Click Here to Read More
2-2-2011 Snow Emergency Letter from the Supervisor Click Here to Read More
Thank You Letter From Habitat For Humanity of Western Wayne County
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