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January 08, 2014 - Online banking

for township bills

Independence Township Treasurer Paul Brown said residents can now use online banking to pay township bills. Brown said he recently set up the ability for the township to receive payments electronically to use when residents use their banks online bill pay system.

Paying bills through online banking as well as the availability to use a lock box to drop payments will help move the township towards becoming more paperless and allows the township the ability to electronically import payments to post on residents accounts, he said.

For more information call Independence Township at 248-625-5111. Independence Township Hall is located at 6483 Waldon Center Drive.

Brush collection

Independence Township Department of Public Works will collect tree debris from recent winter storms for chipping, 8 a.m.-12 p.m., Saturday, Jan. 11, at 6050 Flemings Lake Road.

For more information, call the department at 248-625-8222.


The story "Trustees want tougher gun-carry ban in school," Dec. 18, should have explained state law prohibiting possession of firearms in banks, churches, courts, theaters, arenas, day care centers, hospitals, and bars, as well as the state capitol, does not apply to those with concealed-carry permits.

Clarkston School Board is considering a resolution to prohibit open carry of firearms in schools. The board next meets on Monday, Jan. 13.

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