The Township Supervisor is an elected position with a term of four years.
The Supervisor is the moderator of Township Board meetings, is Secretary to the Board of Review and the township’s legal agent. The Supervisor must maintain records of the Supervisor’s office. The Supervisor is responsible for tax allocation, the board budget as well as developing the township budget. The Supervisor appoints various commission members, serves on the election commission and is authorized to call special meetings.
The Port Sheldon Township Supervisor oversees the township as a whole and tends to additional items on a day to day basis.