VILLAGE OF BARRYTON
UTILITY LIENS ORDINANCE #28-2015
Amendment to #1-2002 Article 7, Section 3., which reads – If a bill remains unpaid 90 days after it is due, the Village, in addition to any remedies allowed in this ordinance or by State law, at its option, may elect to proceed as follows;
1.Perfect the lien and/or proceed with the intent to perfect the lien under the provisions of Section 21, Act 94 Public Acts of Michigan, 1933 as amended, since the charges for services are made in lien on all premises served thereby, and are hereby recognized to constitute such lien; and whenever any such charge against any piece of property shall be delinquent for three (3) months or more, on May 1st, the Village official or officials charge the collection thereof shall certify annually June 1st, of each year to the Mecosta County Equalization Department the facts of such delinquency whereupon such charges shall be by him enter upon the next tax roll as a charge against such premises and shall be collected and the lien therefore enforced in the same manner as general Village taxes against such premises are collected and the lien therefore enforced.
THIS ORDINANCE SHALL TAKE EFFECT THIRTY (30) DAYS AFTER PUBLICATION. ALL ORDINANCES OR PARTS OF ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT ARE HERBY REPEALED.
I hereby certify to the adoption of this ordinance at the April 8, 2015council meeting and cause the same to be published as required by law.
Yeas ___5__ Nays __0___ Ordinance declared: Adopted
Published: April 17, 2015 Effective Date: May 8, 2015
__Jennifer Trelfa___________ ___Deb Buehner________
Village Clerk Village President