Blendon Township (Ottawa Co.) Treasurer Greg Golembiewski will continue to serve the Michigan Townships Association (MTA) Board of Directors, following his election as District 15 director at MTA’s Annual Conference, held April 25-28 in Lansing. MTA District 15 encompasses Kent, Muskegon and Ottawa Counties. Golembiewski was first appointed to the MTA Board in 2021.
Golembiewski brings numerous local government and community experiences to his new role. He is vice chair of the Ottawa County Treasurers Association, currently serves on the township’s safety services committee, and previously was appointed township interim clerk and has served as chair of the township compensation committee. As an MTA director, he aims to continue to serve as a connection between townships and other levels of government.
“As a Board member, I will continue to work hard to bridge the gap between local, state and federal government by ensuring that the lines of communication remain open in order for all of us to be supportive of each other,” he said.
Golembiewski has served as board chair at Rivertown Community Federal Credit Union since 2008, and is a small business owner. A past United Auto Workers Local 730 president of the former General Motors stamping plant in Grand Rapids, Golembiewski received the organization’s “Spirit of Solidarity Award” in 2010.