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Burnhamville Twp Address Map

Chairman:
Michael Berscheit
16544 341st St
Burtrum, MN 56318
320-285-2201

Clerk:
Shirley Hulinsky
33624 170th St
Burtrum, MN 56318
320-285-2050
dshulin@arvig.net

 

December meeting will be changed to Wednesday, December 27, 2017 at 7:30 pm in Burtrum.

Filing for office :  Affidavits of Candidacy for township board for the March 2018 election may be filed with the clerk at her home beginning Tuesday, January 2, 2018 until 5 p.m. Tuesday, January 16, 2018.  Offices to be elected include one supervisor for a 3 year term and one clerk for a 2 year term.  The filing fee is $2.  Clerk may be contacted at 320-285-2050

 

Flicker Road is a 30 M.P.H. speed zone in Burnhamville Township as of September 29, 2015

* Township Board Meetings are held the last Tuesday of each month at the Burtrum Community Center, Burtrum MN at 7:00PM


* March Elections are held the 2nd Tuesday in March 5:00PM - 8:00PM at the Burtrum Community Center

* Annual Township Meeting is held the 2nd Tuesday in March, 8:20PM at the Burtrum Community Center

* November Elections are held the 1st Tuesday in November 7:00AM - 8:00PM at the Burtrum Community Center

Burnhamville Township is a very diverse township located in the southern portion of Todd County. It encompasses land from State 287 on the west to the Morrison Line Rd on the east; from 150th St on the south to 210th St on the north. As you travel through the township you may see rolling hills, small farms with fields of corn and soybeans, homes nestled in deciduous tree stands, wetlands or one of the many lakes in the township surrounded by lake homes.
According to the 2000 Census, 751 persons live in the township, fourth most populated in the county. The estimated market value of property in Burnhamville was $54,082,000 as of 2002.

Although Burnhamville has numerous small and medium sized dairy, beef or hog farms, it also contains several large turkey producing farms. In fact, Burnhamville leads the other townships in the total number of animal units.

Burnhamville township residents enjoy water activities on the many lakes in the township. Although many of the lakes are small they are usually quite deep and provide excellent fishing. Over the years many people have retired and changed their cabins into full time homes.

BURNHAMVILLE TOWNSHIP: 1870, named after David Burnham who fought in the Civil War and moved from his native Maine to settle in Todd County.

 

Documents/Forms:
 

Burnhamville Annual Meeting 2016

Burnhamville Annual Meeting 2015
Unapproved Agenda Regular Monthly Meeting
 

 

 

 

 

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