Act 188 of 1954 (“Act 188”) is a statute that many townships use to finance many improvements using special assessments ranging from lak...Read More
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FSBR attorney Ross Bower has been selected to serve as the President of the Young Lawyers Section of the Ingham County Bar Association for the 2010/2011 term. During the coming year, Ross will spearhead the Section’s “Horn of Plenty” clothing drive, educational programs for students in the mid-Michigan area, a judges’ “do’s and don’ts” roundtable event for young lawyers, and monthly submissions to the Ingham County Legal News. He will also work with the Section on fundraising to support local charities and continue the Section’s educational programs. Mr. Bower is “excited to work with a number of bright and dedicated young lawyers on our Board who share the common goals of helping disadvantaged members of our community, and educating our young people and new lawyers. YLS did a fantastic job reaching those goals under the past President, and I look forward to continuing those efforts.” Mr. Bower has been a member of FSBR since 2008. His practice focuses on the representation of municipal clients across the state, matters before the Michigan Tax Tribunal and in the representation of public utilities.
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