Effectively Exercising Board Authority Part II: Governing and Legislating

The township board exercises the governmental authority of the township as the legislative and governing body of the township. How do you govern, make laws and regulate for the good of the community? Where should a township board focus its attention and time? How do ethics, leadership and decision-making impact your public service? The answers will help make you and our board more effective and representative.

This course is divided into two parts for which registration is separate. To receive full benefit of the content, MTA recommends participating in both parts.

Catherine Mullhaupt (Moderator)

Staff Attorney, Member Information Services

Catherine Mullhaupt

Catherine joined MTA in 1991, working in the Education Department before joining Member Information Services in 2000. She was admitted to the State Bar of Michigan in 2006 and is currently the MTA Staff Attorney.

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