The Eureka Township Board approved signing a settlement regarding an ongoing Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit between the township and the city of Greenville. According to township board members, attorneys on both sides have worked out the consent judgment.
As the Greenville City Council sat down Tuesday for its first meeting regarding the proposed budget for fiscal year 2013-2014, the city manager warned it was his toughest budget yet to balance.
A homeowner on Baldwin Lake has received permission to put up a fence on city-owned property near a dock that was just installed. In late 2011, Baldwin Lake resident Lynn Cooper began communication with City Manager George Bosanic about installing a dock.
A Spectrum Health United Hospital project that started in October 2011 was celebrated with a grand opening on Thursday. The United for Health expansion and renovations have been completed and officially opened to the community.
Only four hours into the TEDxGR Livestream for Education program at Greenville High School had one student wanting to change the world. “I’m very empowered,” said Greenville junior Neil Walldorff. “I feel I should get out there and take the world by storm.”
The Greenville Planning Commission decided against changing the city’s ordinance on nonconforming signs for Hathaway properties, but recommended coming back with a different plan. During Thursday’s Greenville Planning Commission meeting, Chanda Ignatoski of Hathaway Properties requested wording changes in the city’s sign ordinance so a new LED digital sign could be placed at the Greenville West Shopping Center.
Nine road projects have been approve by the Montcalm Township Board to be completed this season. During Wednesday night’s meeting the township board continued its discussion from its April meeting regarding road repair for this year.
An educational experience will be brought to Greenville after students and staff participated in the event last year in Grand Rapids. The TEDxGR Livestream for Education will be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Thursday at the Greenville High School Performing Arts Center.
For the first time, the city of Greenville has decided to split up its property and solicit mowing bids to give smaller businesses a chance to bid. During Tuesday night’s Greenville City Council meeting, the council approved awarding mowing bids from three different companies.
Drug Free Montcalm has seen an increase in success during yearly tobacco checks throughout the county. During the month of April, 71 stores that sell tobacco in Montcalm County received compliance check to determine if the store would sell tobacco to minors.