Founded through the first election of officers on April 6, 1857, Olive Township selected its first Supervisor, Clerk and Treasurer through the vote of 57 attendees. Today, Olive Township has approximately 2,700 registered voters and the ninth Supervisor of record since its founding. Originally named Eastman Township and extending all the way to Lake Michigan as the western border, Olive Township split in 1915, creating current day Port Sheldon Township.
Maybe someone who lives near Polk Street can update us to let us know when they see work starting. At this point, the Ottawa County Road Commission update from June 6th says that they will be doing the work on Polk Street this week is all the information we have.Update: Now that we've received a permit and the material is on its way, work to repair the Polk Street culvert between 96th and 104th avenues in Olive Township is expected to take place the week of June 17. We anticipate the work to last all week. ... See MoreSee Less
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Read the proposed agenda for this month's Board of Trustees meeting scheduled for this Thursday, June 20, at 7 pm:
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Read the agenda for June 11 Planning Commission meeting here: www.olivetownship.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/PCAgenda.pdf ... See MoreSee Less
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