Wisner Township Cemetery:
— Contact Clerk Pamela Shook at 989-895-8368
for current rates on cemetery plots, opening and closing costs, etc.
Please notify township before scheduling of headstone foundations or alterations of graves.
RESIDENTIAL GARBAGE SERVICE:
Pickup weekly on Wednesday - more info on Emterra HERE
Trash is collected in plastic bags or garbage cans weighing no more than 50 lbs. when full (no 55-gallon barrels). Place at the road by 7 a.m.
Holidays - In weeks with a holiday, all collection days after the holiday for the rest of that week shift one day later.
Bi-weekly on Wednesday. Included with your annual garbage assessment. Pick up a recycling container at the township hall.
TUSCOLA COUNTY RECYCLING and TIRE DISPOSAL:
Visit the county website HERE. To view tire disposal dates click on the calendar on the right menu.
Township dump is open twice yearly, the first Saturday in May and first Saturday in October, from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM. No tires or building materials. Contact Dan Vader 989-737-5042.
Caro recycling taking tires all year for a fee.
BOARD OF REVIEW:
See change of assessment notice or calendar for date and time or contact the township.
Dog licenses are purchased at Tuscola County Treasurer's office. Rabies certificate required
Click HERE for form.
Contact Zoning Administrator Rusty Cosens at 989-213-5723 for zoning permit before you can obtain a building permit from Tuscola County.
Site plan required for buildings and ponds. Measurements from or to property lines, center line of road and location to other buildings on the property.
Contact the township supervisor for information on building lot sizes in zoning districts.
Complaints are received from citizens regarding violations of the various codes of Wisner Township. Residents may call any township board member or the zoning administrator to verify whether their neighbors have received permits for construction or simply to report a violation they might have observed. The name, address and phone number of the complainant is required. The complainant's identifying information is required in order to make a complaint. This information may be requested by the violator and will be furnished upon request.
When complaints are received, a friendly letter is sent to the person allegedly accused of violating the ordinance explaining that a complaint has been received. The complaint is described to the homeowner and the appropriate ordinance section is sited. The resident is then asked to consider whether they are indeed in violation and if they are, to please correct the situation. If this first step is not effective and it is determined that a violation indeed exists, an official Notice of Violation is sent to the homeowner. If the problem remains unresolved, a summons is issued by the township attorney, which then goes to circuit court. Most complaints are remedied by the first step of this procedure.
All legal notices, etc., will be published in the Tuscola County Advertiser