Kalkaska County Road Commission v Nolan, 249 Mich App 399; 643 NW2d 276 (2001), and Villadsen v Mason County Road Commission, 268 Mich App 287; 706 NW2d 897 (2005), which resulted in the recognition by the courts that work on a portion of a road created under the highway by user statute is sufficient to establish work on the entire road.
Acer Paradise, Inc. v Kalkaska County Road Commission and Township of Clearwater, 262 Mich App 193; 684 NW2d 903 (2004), which resulted in a former county road that included the banks on both sides of a river and a bridge between the banks being retained by the defendant local township for public use.
McNeil v Charlevoix County and Northwest Michigan Community Health Agency, 484 Mich 69; 772 NW2d 18 (2009), the Michigan Supreme Court affirmed that the health agency and the local boards of commissioners are authorized to enact regulations to prevent and control health hazards.
Klooster v City of Charlevoix, 488 Mich 289; 795 NW2d 578 (2011), which was a case of first impression, dealt with the uncapping of property tax assessments when the parents’ property was owned as joint tenants with one of their children and the property was ultimately conveyed to the child upon the death of the surviving parent.
Mancuso Family Trust v City of Charlevoix, 300 Mich App 1; 831 NW2d 907 (2013), also dealt with the uncapping of property tax assessments, but in the context of the property being conveyed between two trusts and whether there was a change in the beneficial ownership of the property.