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It is with heavy hearts that we are sharing the news of the passing of our former and first ever installed City Clerk, Joan Weishupt-Jones. Joan served the City of New Buffalo and our community for 46-1/2 years from September, 1961 through February, 2008. Joan was a wealth of knowledge, cordial, friendly and always looking to help those in need. Joan will be missed greatly by friends and family and set the bar very high for future City Administrations. Our thoughts and prayers are with her family. Funeral arrangements will be following.
City Clerk is an administrative officer of the City, and Clerk of the Council, under the direct supervision of the City Manager. The City Clerk is the custodian of the official seal of the City, and is responsible execution of official documents. The City Clerk is also responsible for:
The City Clerk is responsible for all other duties as assigned by the City Charter, state law, City Ordinances, resolutions of the City Council, or instructions from the City Manager.
ALL FOIA requests must go through the proper channels to be received by the City of New Buffalo as per the Michigan Freedom of Information Act. Sending an electronic FOIA request is a privilege and delivery will be noted the next business date. FOIA requests are to be sent only to our FOIA Coordinator, City Clerk, Lori Vander Clay and FOIA Appeals are to be sent only to the City Manager, David Richards. Any FOIA requests and/or FOIA Appeals sent to any others are not considered received by the City of New Buffalo and will not be answered. Thank you for your cooperation.
LATEST FOIA REQUEST SUMMARY
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MICHIGAN FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT (revised 7/1/15)
TOTAL 2016 ATTORNEY FEES FOR MFOIA REQUESTS
*Fees do not cover loss of employee time spent fulfilling MFOIA requests.
Please click here for a summary of MFOIA requests for the time period of 12/8/2016 to present.
There have been changes made to the Michigan Freedom of Information Act, Public Act 442 of 1976 which will take effect July 1, 2015. Please find more information listed below.
ELECTION INSPECTORS WANTED
The City of New Buffalo is seeking Elections Inspectors for upcoming elections. As an Election Inspector you will:
For more information and to apply, click here or contact the Deputy Clerk at (269) 469-1500.
This page last updated on 3/14/2018.