Please choose one of the links below to view more information about the individuals who were elected to run the general law Township of Burt.
The Township Supervisor is one of the three main offices of the elected government. The Supervisor is often considered the spokesperson of the Township.
The Township Clerk is one of the three main offices of the elected government. When the Supervisor is not available, the Clerk is in charge. The Clerk’s primary responsibility is conducting elections, maintaining the general ledger (accounting), and maintaining the records.
The Township Treasurer is one of the three main offices of the elected government. When the Supervisor and Clerk are not available, the Treasurer is in charge. The Treasurer’s primary responsibility is collecting taxes.
Township Trustees are township legislators and are required to vote on issues. They are responsible for the Township’s fiduciary health. The Township Board can assign other duties to the Trustees. There are two Trustees on the Burt Township Board.