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Ossineke Township (Alpena Co.) Supervisor Kenneth Lobert will continue to help guide the state’s largest municipal association—the Michigan Townships Association (MTA)—on its board of directors, after being re-elected to serve as the MTA District 7 director. Lobert was re-elected to the position at MTA’s 2022 Annual Educational Conference, held April 25-28 in Lansing.

Lobert first joined the MTA Board in 2018 as director of MTA District 7, which encompasses Alcona, Alpena, Montmorency, Oscoda and Presque Isle Counties. His role on the MTA Board allows him to serve township officials and residents statewide, as he does for his own community.

“I am honored to continue to serve on the MTA Board and do what I love—helping people, and help to move township government forward,” Lobert said.

Lobert has served as his township’s supervisor since 1984. He has also held multiple offices in the MTA Alpena County Chapter.