P.O. Box 1157, Fowlerville, Michigan 48836
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Meeting Minutes




 
 
 
Board Meetings are held the
3rd Tuesday of every month at 7:00pm
8015 N Fowlerville Road
Fowlerville, MI 48836

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PROCEEDINGS OF THE
FIRST TOWNSHIP-MEETING
April 2, 1838


At a meeting of the electors of the township of Iena,
(Later changed to the current Conway) held at the
house of Levi Parsons, on the 2d day of April, 1838, an
organization was effected by choosing Levi Parsons
moderator, and Lorenzo K. Strong clerk.
It was then voted

"1st That a committee of five be chosen to make out a
nomination for township officers.

"2d. That Stephen Dailey, Ledyard S. Adams, Timothy
Wait, Joseph Alexander, and Robert Colborn be said
committee.

"3d. To adjourn the meeting one hour.

"4th. That the following named persons be declared
the township officers for the ensuing year:

Supervisor:
John Coughran
Township Clerk:
Levi Parsons
Assessors:
Henry H. Hoyt
Frederick B. Parsons
Stephen Dailey
School Inspectors:
Ledyard S. Adams
Timothy Wait
Amos Colborn
Highway Commissioners:
Cecil D. Parsons
Amos Colborn
Ledyard S. Adams
Directors of the Poor:
Lee Nutt
Frederick B. Parsons
Justices of the Peace:
Joseph Alexander
John Coughran
Levi Parsons
Timothy Wait
Constable and Collector:
Lorenzo K. Strong


"5th That the road commissioners divide the
town into districts and appoint the pathmasters.

"6th. That four dollars bounty be paid on each
wolf killed in this town for one year.

"7th That the next township-meeting be held at
the house of Levi Parsons."