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Charter Village of Lennon

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INDEX
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I II III IV V VI VII VIII IX BOUNDARIES ………..……………………………. POWERS IN GENERAL ……..………………….… PLAN OF GOVERNMENT ……..……………….… REGISTRATION, NOMINATION ...…..…………. RECALL …..…...…………………………………… ORDINANCES …….. ………………………………. INITIATIVE AND REFERENDUM ……..……….. CONTRACTS ……..………………………………… GENEREAL FINANCE, VILLAGE BUDGET AND FUNDS …….………………………………….. GENERAL ASSESSMENTS AND TAXATION …. STREETS AND SIDEWALKS …………………….. FRANCHISES ………………………………………. PLANNING AND PLATS ………………………….. MAINTENANCE OF VILLAGE UTILITIES ……. INTERIM LEGISLATION ………………………… MISCELLANEOUS ………………………………… SUBMISSION AND ELECTION …………………..

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CHAPTER I BOUNDARIES
The Village of Lennon shall include those portions of Sections 24 and 25, Town 7 North, Range 4 East, Venice Township, Shiawassee County, Michigan, and those portions of Sections 19 and 30, Town 7 North, Range 5 East, Clayton Township, and Genesee County, Michigan, described as follows:

The Northeast one-quarter (NE ¼) of Section 25, T7N, R4E, Venice Township, Shiawassee County, Michigan, and all that part of the NW ¼, Section 25, T7N, R4E, Venice Township, Shiawassee County, Lying North of Lytle Road and East of the Centerline Of the Ganssley Drain. The Southeast one-quarter (SE ¼) and all that part Of the Southwest one-quarter (SW ¼) lying East of The Centerline of Ganssley Drain and the South one-half (S ½) Of the Northeast one-quarter (NE ¼), all in Section 24, T7N, R4E, Venice Township, Shiawassee County, Michigan. The West one-half (W ½) of the Northwest one-quarter (NW ¼), Section 30, T7N, R5E, Clayton Township, Genesee County, Michigan abd The West one-half (W ½) of the Southwest one-quarter (SW ¼), Section 19, Clayton Township, Genesee County, Michigan And the same shall be incorporated as a…...

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