Michigan Planning Enabling Act

The Michigan Planning Enabling Act is the enabling statute for creation of a planning commission, and local government adoption of plans, master plans, and so on.

The Michigan Planning Enabling Act is the enabling statute for creation of a planning commission, and local government adoption of plans, master plans, and so on. This act is for counties, townships, cities, and villages. It took effect September 1, 2008 and replaces the County Planning Act, Township Planning Act, and Municipal Planning Act.

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