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City Council/Zoning Board of Appeals

Mayor - Karl Schreiner
Mayor Pro-Tem - Roger Moshier
Councilperson - Karl DeVries
Councilperson - Kate DeVries-McIsaac
Councilperson - Mark Allen

Questions please Email: clerk@cityofgrayling

City Council - Duties

Your Mayor and City Council are an active, elected body of government responsible for legislation and policy-making for the City. The five Council Members are elected by voters of the City of Grayling.

Council shall at its first meeting following the regular city election, choose one of its members Mayor and shall choose one of its members Mayor pro tem. Council members are devoted to: Adopting all City Ordinances and City Charter

The biggest role a city council member must fill is participation at city council meetings. Council members have the power to make and second motions, vote on matters presented before the council and partake in discussions.

An individual council member cannot supervise city employees. An individual member cannot give orders, but the entire council has authority over the city's administrative affairs. This means a council member can work to enact legislation for the city, set and interpret rules in relation to the city's proceedings, direct the enforcement of city laws, protect the welfare of city residents.

It shall be the duty of the city council to hire a City Manager who shall carry out such policies, in general, be charged with and responsible for all administrative duties.

The Mayor has additional responsibilities as the official head of the City, representing the City at various government functions on a local, state and national basis.

City Clerk keeps records of all Meeting Minutes.

ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS – Duties

The Board has the power to act on matters as provided in The Zoning Ordinance and Act 110, of the Public Acts of 2006, as amended.

City Clerk keeps records of all Meeting Minutes.

City Council Meetings are held:
City Hall 1020 City Blvd                                                    
on the 2nd Monday                                                        
of each Month @ 6:30 p.m.
With the exception of June, a second meeting will be held if needed on June 26 @ 6:30 p.m.

Zoning Board of Appeals Meetings are held as needed.

Individuals with disabilities requiring auxiliary aids or services should contact the City of Grayling by calling: 989-438-2131, via email: cityhall@cityofgrayling.org or by mail: City of Grayling, PO Box: 549, Grayling MI 49738

THE CITY OF GRAYLING IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER AND PROVIDER.