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Auburn Intergovernmental

The City of Auburn and Williams Charter Township have joined over the years in many successful ventures including the Auburn-Williams Fire Department, the Auburn-Williams Recreation Association, and contracting for administration of the Michigan Building Code.  Both the City of Auburn and Williams Charter Township are members of the West Bay County Regional Wastewater System.

At a time when governmental units are realizing decreasing revenues, it is necessary and fitting to look towards methods to deliver essential governmental services in the most cost effective way to the residents, businesses and property owners of Williams Charter Township and the City of Auburn.

It was the consensus of the City Commission and Township Board members at the special meeting that the city and township should continue to actively explore opportunities to work together that make sense for both communities.  If areas of mutual interest are identified, then the city and township should carefully explore the possibilities. 

Formulation of an Intergovernmental Advisory Committee (I.A.C.) was discussed as a method to further explore areas of possible cooperation between both governmental entities.  Committee meetings are posted in accordance with the Open Meetings Act and the public is encouraged to attend.

It is important to note that the City and Township operate under very different enabling statues and regulations and that there is not a desire to merge the two governmental units.  It is the I.A.C.'s purpose to identify areas of mutual interest in both municipalities and to carefully research the possibilities of combining the effort in identified areas.  The goal is to determine if cost savings can be realized while providing the same or better level of service.

Next AWIAC Meeting:

Please call for meeting dates
Williams Township Offices
1080 W. Midland Road, Auburn, MI 48611

All meetings will be posted at Auburn City Hall and at Williams Township Hall in compliance with the Michigan Open Meetings Act.

 For more information, please visit the following website:

 Auburn-Williams Intergovernmental Advisory Committee Members:

 Betty Owen  Chairperson, City Representative
 Lee Kilbourn  Auburn Mayor
 Paul Wasek  Williams Township Supervisor
Robert Putt  Township Representative
 Ron Kohn  Township Representative
 Tom Paige  Williams Township Trustee
 Tom Putt  Williams Township Trustee (Twp. Alternate)
 vacant  City Representative
 Russ Williams  City Representative


113 E Elm St., Auburn MI 48611 989-662-6761


May 26, 2017


City of Auburn

113 East Elm St

Auburn, Ml 48611

Separate sealed BIDS for the construction of (briefly describe nature, scope, and major elements of the work) Construction of a new 90' X 160' pre-engineered metal building structure inclusive of mechanical and electrical trades, will be received by the City of Auburn.

Bids will be received at the office of City Manager until 2:00pm (Standard Time- Daylight Saving Time June 28, 2017 and then at said office publicly open and read aloud.

The CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be examined at the following locations:

Case Architecture - 282 S. Main Freeland, MI

Central Michigan Survey & Development- Mt. Pleasant, MI

Auburn City Hall - Auburn, MI

Copies of the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be obtained at the office of Case Architecture located at (PDF set) upon payment of $0.00 for each set.

Any BIDDER, upon returning the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS promptly and in good condition, will be refunded the payment, and any non-bidder upon so returning the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS will be refunded $0.00.

Copies of the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be obtained also by clicking on the links below.

Auburn Park Pavilion Specifications Bid

Auburn Pavilion Architectural and Civil Bid

Auburn Pavilion Electrical Bid

Auburn Pavilion Structural Bid

Auburn Pavilion M&P Bid

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