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Posted on: January 14, 2021

New Faces at Township Hall

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On Nov. 3, Delhi Township voters elected a new Treasurer and two new Trustees to serve the community for the next four years.  

Tom Lenard was elected Township Treasurer, and Matt Lincoln and TyJuan Thirdgill were elected to serve as Trustees. While some faces may have changed, Delhi Township remains committed to serving its residents and ensuring the township remains a great place to live, work and raise a family.

About Tom Lenard

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Tom Lenard was elected Treasurer after serving four years as a Trustee. Once sworn-in as Treasurer, Tom took immediate action to educate residents on safe alternatives to pay tax and utility bills during the COVID-19 pandemic. His “Pay Safe, Stay Safe” campaign has already proven popular with residents, avoiding COVID-19 exposure and long wait times. During his time as a Trustee, he advocated for trail and infrastructure improvements while supporting a strong ethics policy for elected officials and employees.

About Matt Lincoln

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Matt Lincoln won his first election to the Board. In 2013, Matt moved from Lansing to Delhi Township, attracted by the community’s diversity, excellent schools and natural attributes. An outdoor enthusiast, Matt is also park planner for the Michigan Department of Natural Resources Parks and Recreation Division. After moving to Delhi Township, Matt served on the Planning Commission before running for the Board. Matt’s goals on the Board include making it easier for residents to participate in local government, supporting the Holt Public Schools, improving trails and sidewalks and reducing the Township’s carbon footprint.

About TyJuan Thirdgill

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 TyJuan Thirdgill is serving his first term on the Board of Trustees. TyJuan, a Chicago native and the Board’s first African American Trustee, set his sights on public service to provide a fresh perspective to the Township Board. His top goal is to provide solutions to the many challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic in our community. He also wants to ensure Board members are fully accessible to residents and increase awareness of Township government in the community.

Tom, Matt and TyJuan join re-elected Supervisor John Hayhoe, Clerk Evan Hope and Trustees DiAnne Warfield and Patrick Brown.

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Supervisor John Hayhoe        Clerk Evan Hope

 

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Trustee DiAnne Warfield   Trustee Patrick Brown

 

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