The Livingston County Road Commission is funded directly by state gas tax and vehicle registration fees – not by property taxes.
The Livingston County Road Commission is located in a state with a gas tax below the national average and ranks in the bottom six states in per capita road funding.
The Livingston County Road Commission receives no direct revenue from growth and development and is not part of the Livingston County general government.
As a governmental agency, the Livingston County Road Commission is required to comply with the Public Act 442 of 1976, the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).
If you are interested in obtaining documents that fall within the requirements of the FOIA, you may submit a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Request in writing to the Livingston County Road Commission, 3535 Grand Oaks Drive, Howell, MI 48843, Attention: FOIA Coordinator. (FOIA Request)
Please be advised that upon receipt of a FOIA request, the Road Commission has five business days in which to respond (six business days if received via fax or email), in accordance with the Act, and the requesting party will be charged for research time and copies of any documents requested. If an extension of time is necessary in order to fulfill a FOIA request, the Road Commission will notify the requesting party in writing, at which time an additional ten business days will be permitted to the agency, in accordance with the Act. For further questions, please email the LCRC at: FOIA Coordinator
Approved minutes from the Board meetings may be obtained on the agenda page of our website. Minutes are available following the meeting at which they are approved by the Board of County Road Commissioners. If you would like to receive archived Minutes that are not available on our website, please submit a FOIA Request, as instructed above.
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