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Cemetery Board of Appeals

Five members/one year term. Resolves problems relating to cemetery rules and regulations.

  • F. Marilyn Crosbie
  • Steven Kenzie
  • Robert Lane
  • Mary Hess
  • Jack Ceo/Council Rep

Aimee Bloom,Terri Royal, Staff Liaison

Local Access Cable Television Commission

Five members/one year term. Oversees local access channels assigned to Saline by its Cable TV Franchise Ordinance and assists in providing local access television programming to the community.

Eleanor Getschman, Recording Secretary

Local Officers Compensation Commission

Five members/five year term. Sets salaries of elected officials.

  • Mary Hess
  • Rebecca Schneider
  • Gene Corfman
  • Leslie Parsels
  • Christopher Loftus

Carol Chapman. Recording Secretary

River Raisin Watershed Council

The River Raisin Watershed Council is a nonprofit membership organization with a growing constituency of individuals, businesses, municipalities and community groups seeking to protect the natural resources of the watershed. Annual Appointment.

  • David Rhoads
  • Dennis Kittel

City of Saline Local Civil Rights Commission Mission Statement

To contact a member of the Local Civil Rights Commission please call Saline City Hall, Clerk’s Office 734 429-4907 ext. 2216 for assistance or go to the Saline Municipal Offices at 100 N. Harris Street, Saline, MI.

The mission of the Local Civil Rights Commission of Saline, Michigan is to educate and ensure its citizenry regarding their civil rights as dictated by the “Elliot-Larsen Civil Rights Act”, Act No. 453:

An Act to define civil rights; to prohibit discriminatory practices, policies, and customs in the exercise of those rights based upon religion, race, color, national origin, age, sex, height, weight, familial status, or marital status; to preserve the confidentiality of records regarding arrest, detention, or other disposition in which a conviction does not result; to prescribe the powers and duties of the civil rights commission and the department of civil rights; to provide remedies and penalties; to provide for fees; and to repeal certain acts and parts of acts.

It also includes those rights as dictated by the Persons with Disabilities Civil Rights Act,” Act 220 of 1996, which is inclusive of physical and mental disabilities:

An Act to define the civil rights of Persons with disabilities; to prohibit discriminatory practices, policies, and customs in the exercise of these rights; to prescribe penalties and to provide remedies; and to provide for the promulgation of rules.

It is the duty of the Commission, in a manner prescribed by law, to investigate alleged discrimination against any person in the enjoyment of the civil rights guaranteed by law and the constitution, and to secure the equal protection of such civil rights without such discrimination.