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Clawson Residents Mike Bosnic and Tim Burns File for August Election

Burns looks to return to Oakland County Board of Commissioners after Bosnic unseated him in 2010.

Two Clawson residents will vie for the 16th district Oakland County Commissioner seat in the Aug. 7 primary election.

County Commissioner Mike Bosnic (R-Clawson) and Tim Burns (D-Clawson), who faced off in 2010, both filed for candidacy before the May 15 deadline.

In the November 2010 election, , who was a two-term county commissioner in the 19th district. Bosnic won 54.5 percent of the overall 17,449 votes in Clawson and Troy in 2010.

The third candidate for the 16th district is Martin Howrylak of Troy. The commissioner seats are two-year terms.

To get contact with Bosnic email mikebosnic@gmail.com and Burns timburns2012@yahoo.com.

Jane Taylor July 11, 2012 at 07:01 PM
Current County Commissioner Mike Bosnic is representing County Commissioner Bob Gosselin's son in law, Andy Porter in a case being heard by Michigan Attorney General's Bill Schuette's office. Andy Porter has refused to disclose the funds and the contributors for years while Mike Bosnic and others lie about transparency. People want Bill Schuette's office to prosecute those involved to the fullest capacity.
Jane Taylor July 11, 2012 at 07:09 PM
The Secretary of State agreed that the complaint had merit, (Nov 2009) conducted an investigation (2009-2010 or 13 months), attempted to resolve the matter informally (2011) as mandated by MCL 169.215, and when informal resolution was not achieved --- the case to an administrative hearing (Jun 2011) – where an administrative law judge ordered Taxpayers for Accountability to disclose their financial activity and pay late filing fees and fines of almost $8,000.00 (By Aug 30th 2011). State law grants Taxpayers the right to appeal the administrative law judge’s ruling and it exercised that right with an appeal to the Ingham County Circuit Court (May 2012). The Secretary of State prevailed with the help of the AG Office. TfA then filed a motion asking the Circuit Court Judge to reconsider her ruling. The judge denied Taxpayers’ motion for reconsideration (July 2012). TfA may now seek appellate review and continue to be unaccountable for their actions.

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