This isn’t the first time this township has had financial problems. Fifteen years ago, a situation unfolded, oddly similar to the scenario the township is facing today.
Five years of ignoring the IRS is costing the taxpayers of this small township tens of thousands of dollars … and counting. So far, Pierson Township has paid $35,849.83 in back pay, interest and penalties due to the negligence of former township clerk Brooke Scott, who failed to file multiple IRS forms from 2008 to 2013, when she resigned. She also misappropriated expenditures and mishandled the township’s payroll.
The Mid-Michigan District Health Department (MMDHD) has been informed of the death of a 1-year-old Montcalm County child. The death is believed to be caused from complications of haemophilus influenza type b meningitis.
Cygnus, a northern constellation of the Milky Way, is home to one of the brightest stars seen by night.
Cygnus 27, already well known for its globally inspired menu and out-of-this-world views from the 27th floor of the Amway Grand Plaza Hotel, is headed in a new, Latin-infused direction.
They were both born the same year (1925) and they both grew up in Crystal. However, Paul and Arlene Turner didn’t meet until young adults at the close of World War II. They married and spent their lives together in Crystal, serving this lakeside community in many ways over the decades.
The next quorum held in the former Bloomer Township Hall will likely be a quilting quorum.
Rachel Hubler and Katherine Maiga, sisters and owners of Seven Sisters Quilt Shop in downtown Carson City, recently purchased the old township hall at 217 W. Sherman St. The Bloomer Township Hall offices relocated to 9890 E. Carson City Road (M-57) last year.
Like many Americans, the two women learned the news from a Facebook post. Kai Loni Redner, 26, and Rebecca Rowe, 23, both of Lakeview, were helping a family member move Friday morning when they heard about the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision that same-sex couples have the right to marry anywhere in the United States.
A local businessman is the new supervisor of Maple Valley Township.
John Schwandt, who owns Maple Valley Market and Stump’s Pizzeria and Diner with his wife Marianne, was appointed supervisor earlier this month.
Bursting into the Montcalm County Clerk’s Office just before the noon lunch hour today, the two women were breathless and smiling.
“We’re here to get married!” they exclaimed.
Montcalm County has a new director of maintenance and grounds. The Montcalm County Board of Commissioners voted 5-4 on Monday to hire Scott Wright of Evergreen Township.