Welcome to the Roscommon Township Supervisor’s Office
The Supervisor is often perceived as the Township spokesperson and is considered the chief administrative officer for the development of the Township budget.
The Supervisor’s duties and responsibilities include serving as chairperson of the Township Board, moderator of any Township meeting and has the right and duty to regulate the proceedings of any meeting, including deciding questions of order, making declaration of votes cast, granting authority to persons to speak at the meeting and silencing those who may be out of order or disrupting the meeting. The Supervisor is the chief assessing officer of the Township, responsible for assessing property values within the Township.
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Diane F. Randall has held the Township Supervisor position since 1997. Diane is able to further dedicate her 20 years of local government experience to many leadership boards and organizations within Houghton Lake. Since 1997, Diane has been Chairperson of the Houghton Lake Sewer Authority and a contributing member of the Houghton Lake Building Agency. Diane gave her commitment to the Roscommon County Michigan Townships Association (MTA) Chapter as Secretary in 1999, obtained and has held her Level II Assessor certification since 2002, and has become an established member of the Houghton Lake Ambulance Authority.
Diane is a member of the Emergency Medical Services Coordination Committee within the Michigan Department of Community Health. In 2012, she was appointed by then- Speaker of the House Jase Bolger to a new Aquatic Invasive Species Advisory Council.
Diane is not only involved with the Houghton Lake community, she extends her time and knowledge to high levels of government. She was elected into the MTA in 2005 and is currently president of the Michigan Townships Association Executive Board.
randall named 2017 mta president
“I am honored to serve my community as Supervisor and Assessor. Customer service remains my priority and to make township governance more effective and efficient for the good of the citizens.” Diane Randall, Township Supervisor and Assessor