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Township Law E-Letter Marks 4th Anniversary and Circulation of 2,000

The Township Law E-Letter, published monthly by Fahey Schultz Burzych Rhodes PLC, recently celebrated two significant milestones.  Edited by the firm's founding member, Bill Fahey, this publication has produced timely and essential legal information for Michigan township officials every month for the last four years.  Its circulation also now reaches more than 2,000 township officials.  To subscribe, email wfahey@fsblawyers.com. You can also review more than 50 Township Law E-Letters on our website.  From our Home Page, simply navigate to “Resources,” then “Township Law E-Letters.”

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