Saline Senior Center program and luncheon to focus on government issues
Saline area residents are invited to learn more about how state and local government issues impact them during a special program and luncheon at the Saline Senior Center on Feb. 24.
The presentation will include information about property assessing, hardship exemptions, the Oakwood Cemetery expansion, absentee voting and programs sponsored by Saline to reduce the cost of prescription drugs for seniors and provide insurance policies for water mains and sewer lines.
The program begins at 10:30 a.m., and a free lunch will be served after the presentations.
Presenters include Saline City Manager Todd Campbell, Clerk Dianne Hill and Assessor Catherine Scull. In addition, state Rep. Mark Ouimet will provide an update on pending legislation at the state level and other state government issues. Also expected to attend are County Commissioner Alicia Ping and County Sheriff Jerry Clayton.
“Anyone is invited to attend regardless of age or residence but there is a Feb. 17 deadline for registration,” the information states.
The senior center is location at 7190 N. Maple Road. Call 734-429-9274 for more information.
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