Townships in Moody County will start having their required meetings to elect supervisors and handle township business the beginning of March.
Meetings, which are required by law, are held in each township in churches, fire halls and other locations and are listed in legal notices in the newspaper.
South Dakota law requires the meetings.
To vote at a township annual meeting and to serve on the board, a person must be a registered voter living in that township, according to the South Dakota Association of Towns and Townships. On the township board, only the three supervisors can vote on business items. The clerk and treasurer do not vote.