My name is Adam Stacey and I am the Clinton County Commissioner
representing Bath and Victor Townships. I am seeking to represent you for
another two years on the Clinton County Board of Commissioners. The
decennial redistricting process has slightly altered the boundaries of the area
I represent in county government. The new district comprises Victor and
Olive townships as well as the eastern half of Bath Charter Township.
I look forward to meeting you during
the campaign as I discuss the
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race to represent the communities of Bath, Victor and Olive Townhip.
Standing room only at the public hearing for the Fowler Farms' wind turbine project. I counted around 140 people in attendance. Most people I've ever seen at a gov't meeting I've participated in.
(September 15, 2012)
Best part of campaigning is meeting some really great people. Some of these individuals I'm catching up with for the fifth or sixth time since I started knocking on doors back in 2004.
(September 5, 2012)
Thankfully, the Michigan Supreme Court
killed the casino ballot proposal that would have put a Las Vegas style
casino in our backyard here in Clinton County. Aren't 25 casinos
in Michigan enough already?
Congratulations to Anne Hill on her appointment to the Clinton County Board of Commissioners. We also allocated $15,000 towards the construction of a rail trail (a walkable bicycle path) through the northern half of the county. This represents 0.3% of the project which is primarily funded by private donations and Natural Resources Trust Fund contributions.
(July 7, 2012)
Uploaded several new annual reports to
the Documents tab.
My son and I were the first purchasers of donuts from the new Meijer store that opened in Bath Township this week.
(May 8, 2012)
Looking forward to the grand opening of
the new Meijer store on Saginaw Highway in Bath Township on May 17th.
(April 24, 2012)
As Personnel Chair, I recommended and the
board approved a 0% salary increase for county commissioners for 2013
and 2014. This goes along with the 0% increase for 2011 and 2012 I