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Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 125. Planning, Housing and Zoning § 125.2475

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Sec. 25.  When a special assessment roll is confirmed, the authority board shall direct the assessments made on the roll to be collected.  The secretary of the authority shall then deliver to the township treasurer the special assessment roll, to which he or she shall attach his or her warrant commanding the township treasurer to collect the assessments in accordance with the directions of the authority board.  The warrant shall further require the township treasurer on the September 1 following the date when the assessments or any part of the assessments have become due to submit to the authority board a sworn statement setting forth the names of the persons delinquent, if known, a description of the parcels of land upon which there are delinquent assessments, and the amount of the delinquency, including accrued interest and penalties computed to September 1 of that year.  Upon receiving the special assessment roll and warrant, the township treasurer shall enter the special assessments directly in a separate column on the next tax roll.  The township treasurer shall proceed to collect the several amounts assessed on the roll as those amounts become due.

(1) The public employer and the exclusive representative, through appropriate officials or their representatives, have the authority and the duty to bargain collectively.  This duty extends to the obligation to bargain collectively in good faith as set forth in subsection (2).

(2) For the purpose of this chapter, to bargain collectively is the performance of the mutual obligation of the public employer or the public employer's designated representatives and the representatives of the exclusive representative to meet at reasonable times and negotiate in good faith with respect to wages, hours, fringe benefits, and other conditions of employment or the negotiation of an agreement or any question arising under an agreement and the execution of a written contract incorporating any agreement reached.  The obligation does not compel either party to agree to a proposal or require the making of a concession.

(3) For purposes of state government only, the requirement of negotiating in good faith may be met by the submission of a negotiated settlement to the legislature in the executive budget or by bill or joint resolution.  The failure to reach a negotiated settlement for submission is not, by itself, prima facie evidence of a failure to negotiate in good faith.

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