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'Township Day' scheduled for Tuesday, March 14

Minnesota’s 1,777 townships will host their annual meeting on Tuesday, March 14. Known as Township Day, these annual meetings are hosted every year on the second Tuesday in March and sets townships apart from other forms of local government. At this meeting, residents of the townships will meet to voice their opinions about local issues with other township residents and also vote directly on their annual tax levy. Citizens attending annual meetings also often discuss and vote on other local issues. In addition, many of the state’s townships will conduct their township officer elections on Tuesday’s Township Day. Township Day 2023 will put grassroots democracy on display. We encourage all residents to show up, express themselves, and weigh in on topics like their tax levy and local elections,” said Minnesota Association of Townships Executive Director Jeff Krueger. “If you live in a township, please participate in your township’s annual meeting on Tuesday, March 14. You can find the location and time by checking the published notice in the local newspaper, township website, or by contacting the township clerk."



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