The embattled director of the Greenville Department of Public Safety has resigned. Mark Reiss was hired as Greenville’s public safety director in 2013. He resigned Monday.
More than $49,000 raised for Special Olympics Michigan during 9th annual Turk Lake Polar Plunge on Saturday.
The Montcalm County Finance & Personnel Committee heard some hopeful news today from the county’s new auditor.
Joe Verlin of Gabridge & Co., a Grand Rapids-based auditing firm, updated commissioners on the ongoing county audit.
The embattled director of the Greenville Department of Public Safety has resigned amid allegations of felony health care fraud.
In following with this community’s master plan, city officials are hoping a potential rezoning of property can eventually bring two new residential homes to town.
During Thursday evening’s Greenville Planning Commission meeting, commissioners evaluated a proposal submitted on behalf of the city to rezone a plot of land that is bounded by Greenville West Drive, W. Coffren and Lincoln Streets.
Recycling and solid waste removal have been a hot topic in Montcalm Township for the past eight months.
At Wednesday night’s meeting, the township board inched closer to finding a permanent solution for recycling and waste removal needs by approving language for two public hearings on the issue.
As members of Greenville City Council absorbed a presentation on local economic activity Tuesday evening, it didn’t take long to realize they had a unique audience.
It’s official … a bond proposal will appear on the ballot for Greenville-area voters May 2.
The bond proposal is from Greenville Public Schools and, if approved by voters, will increase the tax levy of property taxes from 6 mils to 7.4 mils. With the funds from the bond, the district will make improvements to facilities, technology, playground equipment and other items.
During Tuesday evening’s Greenville City Council meeting, City Manager George Bosanic provided an update regarding financial assistance for this community’s largest restaurant.
An anonymous tip to a health insurance company, recorded conversations between the Greenville city manager and the Greenville police chief and the reluctant testimony of an ex-boyfriend were revealed during an intriguing court hearing Monday. A health care fraud case against Greenville Department of Public Safety Director Mark Reiss was bound over for trial by 64B District Court Judge Donald Hemingsen.