Rep. Slagh protects property buyers, local communities with signed tax payment fix

A proposal from state Rep. Bradley Slagh protecting Michigan taxpayers who buy subdivided property was recently signed into law by the governor. House Bill 4055, now Public Act 23 of 2019, addresses the issue of unpaid property taxes on land that may be subdivided. Slagh’s change will help solve the problem of delinquent tax payments…

Rep. Slagh announces June office hours

State Rep. Bradley Slagh, of Zeeland, will meet with Ottawa County residents during scheduled office hours for the month of June. “I believe in sitting down with those I represent on a regular basis and this month is no exception,” Rep. Slagh said. “I hope you’ll join me for a cup of coffee and share…

Slagh’s vote would guarantee auto insurance savings for Michigan drivers

House approves long-overdue bipartisan no-fault solution State Rep. Brad Slagh today joined colleagues in approving a bipartisan plan to deliver significant rate relief for drivers across the state. The House voted to approve legislation guaranteeing lower rates by giving drivers more choice on personal injury protection coverage, stopping price gouging on medical services for car…

Rep. Slagh plan offers townships practicality, flexibility for tax collection

A proposal from Rep. Bradley Slagh helping townships operate in a more effective fashion when collecting tax payments was unanimously approved today by the House Local Government and Municipal Finance Committee. Current law requires township treasurers to remain at a township office at least one day during normal business hours for important cycles on the…

Rep. Slagh supports historic plan to lower car insurance rates for Michigan drivers

House approves historic reforms after decades of gridlock State Rep. Bradley Slagh today approved a landmark plan to fix the state’s broken auto insurance system and reduce rates for all Michigan drivers. Slagh voted in favor of the plan to offer drivers personal injury coverage options, rein in medical costs and fight fraud – features…

Rep. Slagh announces May office hours

State Rep. Bradley Slagh of Zeeland, will meet with Ottawa County residents during scheduled office hours for the month of May. “I appreciate the opportunity to sit down and hear directly from the people I represent,” Slagh said. “If you have ideas on making government better, or questions about state and local government then I…

House approves Rep. Slagh’s plan to give communities control of local speed limits

The Michigan House today approved House Bill 4118 introduced by state Rep. Bradley Slagh to ensure safer neighborhood roads while also helping to save millions of dollars statewide. Slagh said many Michigan communities will be forced to spend more taxpayer money because of changes made to state laws three years ago that require costly studies…

Rep. Slagh announces April office hours

State Rep. Bradley Slagh of Zeeland will meet with Ottawa County residents during scheduled office hours for the month of April. “I am looking forward to sitting down with area residents to listen to the concerns that matter most to them,” Rep. Slagh said. “Regular discussions like these help me to best represent our community’s…

Rep. Slagh bill heads off potential unpaid property tax issue

A bill introduced by state Rep. Bradley Slagh protecting Michigan taxpayers who buy subdivided property today was approved overwhelmingly in a Michigan House vote. House Bill 4055 addresses the issue of unpaid property taxes on land proposed for subdivision. Slagh, who was Ottawa County’s treasurer from 2007-18, crafted the plan to make sure new owners…

Rep. Slagh issues statement on governor’s budget proposal

State Rep. Bradley Slagh issued the following statement after Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced her state budget proposal: “While I certainly appreciate the governor’s hard work in putting this budget together, and trying to find ways to fix our roads and fund other priorities, I unfortunately think she hit a big pothole on many of these…