Now You Know - Special Assessments for Public Safety

Now You Know - Special Assessments for Public Safety

Special assessments are a tool for funding your community’s infrastructure improvements, but did you know that they can also be used to raise money for police and fire equipment, operations, and buildings? Join MTA legal counsel Bauckham, Thall, Seeber, Kaufman, & Koches P.C. as we explore Public Act 33 of 1951 including the legality (and controversy!) of township-wide special assessment districts.


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Seth Koches


Bauckham, Thall, Seeber, Kaufman & Koches, PC

Seth Koches is an attorney and Partner at Bauckham, Thall, Seeber, Kaufman & Koches, P.C. Prior to joining the firm, Seth worked as an assistant prosecuting attorney for 7 years in the Oakland County and Kalamazoo County Prosecutor’s office prosecuting cases from simple retail fraud to criminal sexual conduct and assault with intent to murder. Seth’s primary practice encompasses nearly every aspect of municipal law including annexation, ordinance enforcement, planning and zoning, and amicus writing. 

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