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Oscoda Township, Naturally
The municipal water supply's Annual Drinking Water Quality report covering 2016 will not be mailed to individual customers, but will be available on the internet at www.HSRUA.org. To receive information or to obtain a paper copy of the Water Quality Report, contact the township or city in which you reside.
Charter Township of Oscoda
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The Charter Township of Oscoda Board of Trustees will hold a Public Hearing in order to solicit input from the public in regard to Medical Marihuana and Ordinance 165 at the Robert J. Parks Public Library, located at 6010 N. Skeel Ave., on Monday, June 26, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.
The intent of the ordinance, if adopted, is to authorize the establishment of certain types of medical marihuana facilities in the Township of Oscoda and provide for the adoption of reasonable restrictions to protect the public health, safety, and general welfare of the community at large; retain the character of neighborhoods; and mitigate potential impact on surrounding properties and persons.
A copy of the proposed ordinance is available for public inspection at the Township Clerk's office from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday or at the Township website www.oscodatownshipmi.gov.
The Charter Township of Oscoda Board of Trustees will provide necessary reasonable auxiliary aids and services to individuals with disabilities at the meeting upon a seven-day notice to the Oscoda Township Board by writing or calling the following: Township Clerk, Oscoda Township Hall, 110 South State Street, Oscoda, Michigan 48750, 989-739-4971.
Welcome to a Place Where the Opportunities for Recreation and Relaxation Naturally Abound
Set peacefully along the shores of beautiful Lake Huron and the mighty AuSable River, Oscoda offers more than 120 square miles of pure Michigan.
From canoeing to sunbathing, the natural destinations of our community provide activities for water enthusiasts of all varieties. For visitors whose interests are more land-oriented, Oscoda's downtown district includes an assortment of eclectic shopping and renown restaurants. And lovers of history and the outdoors alike know Oscoda as the home of the famous Lumberman's Monument
located in the Lake Huron National Forest.
Oscoda's natural resources have always played an important role in the community, even as local industry has changed over the years. The area was first settled in the late 1860s. Originally named, AuSable, the town was renamed based on the writings of Henry Schoolcraft, who named it after the American Indian words "Ossim" and "Muscoda," meaning "Pebbly Prairie." Oscoda played a major role in the distribution of lumber on the Great Lakes during the lumbering era. Today, our primary industry is tourism thanks to the abundance of year-round recreational activities
available to residents and visitors, such as camping
, fishing, hunting, cross country skiing, snowmobiling
Thank you for taking the time to learn more about the beauty, the amenities and the fun of Oscoda Township. We welcome you to enjoy all our community has to offer...naturally.
Board Meeting Broadcasts
Township Board Meetings are now being shown on the internet via YouTube.
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