The Greenville City Council approved the proposed budget for 2013-2014 on Tuesday. During the council’s regular meeting, a public hearing was held and the council made the decision to approve the proposed budget.
After holding a “closed meeting” for a “personal situation” — a reason not allowed under the Open Meetings Act — the Eureka Township Board has disclosed what was discussed after The Daily News requested the information via the Freedom Of Information Act (FOIA). On June 10, the Eureka Township Board entered into “closed session” after Trustee Jeremy Austin asked to do so.
A generous man who has left his mark on the Greenville community will be missed by many throughout the area.
Gordon Stauffer, 74, of Hunter Lake, Gowen, died suddenly early Friday morning.
A Greenville resident was diagnosed with Chiari Malformation (CM) and Syringomyelia and she has been fighting to raise funds and awareness for the cause ever since.
The Michigan State Boundary Commission (SBC) approved the petition by Mersen USA of Greenville to be annexed from Eureka Township into the city of Greenville. The final OK is pending the approval of the Director of the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs Steven H. Hilfinger.
A Carson City woman died Wednesday after sustaining injuries from a four-vehicle crash Tuesday in Oakfield Township.
During Monday’s regular meeting, Justin Barr, a junior at Greenville High School, addressed the Eureka Township Board after being asked by a township board member to attend the meeting and share what he is trying to do.
The Eureka Township Board entered into a closed session Monday night for “personal” reasons. Trustee Jeremy Austin asked the board to enter into closed session at the end of Monday’s meeting.
Members of the Eureka Township Board discussed changing a variety of township policies at Monday night’s regular meeting. Board members approved signing Michigan Township Association (MTA) Principles of Governance. Ruwersma said the MTA typically sends the principles to new board members as something the MTA wants township boards to be a part of it throughout Michigan.
A second fire has been ruled an arson on Boyer Road in Fairplain Township about two months after another arson. Det. Sgt. Trever Slator, a state fire marshal, ruled a second house fire as arson on Friday.