Starting Nov. 20, White Lake's Greg Baroni and a three new board members will take the helm at the township - the first order of business will be to have balanced budget in place for 2013.
"First of all, I want to thank the residents and voters of White Lake for their support," Baroni said. "We are going to get the new board sworn in at the Nov. 20 board meeting, and start work on several issued facing the township."
Those issues, according to Baroni, include maintaining a balanced budget, and addressing some other issues, like the sewer debt, that has been passed along by previous boards for a number of years.
"The sewer debt is a big issue, and we need to find a solution," Baroni said. "I also want to get a balanced budget in place - a balanced budget is the lifeline of the township and the services we provide. I want to make sure we are providing the best services we can for the residents."
Baroni won his four year term as Supervisor Tuesday night, defeating democratic challenger Michael Smith. Baroni garnered 60.32 percent of the vote, while Smith had 39.28 percent of the vote.