LAKEVIEW — Fifteen years ago, the Lakeview Area Community Fund (LACF) started as a way to raise money for the community, and Thursday night, the LACF celebrated their 15th anniversary at the annual LACF dinner. This year, the LACF had the goal of having 15 donors for their 15th anniversary. They ended up with 16 [...]
An annexation proved to be too much of a vexation to move forward.
The Montcalm County Board of Commissioners on Monday tabled a proposed annexation of Cato Township into Lakeview, telling village officials they needed to do a better job communicating with township residents.
A proposal to eliminate Lakeview’s cardboard recycling service narrowly failed Monday.
The Montcalm County Board of Commissioners voted 4-5 to eliminate the service per the recommendation of the county’s Solid Waste Management Planning Committee, meaning the motion failed.
The Montcalm County Board of Commissioners approved a 2016 borrowing resolution to borrow no more than $2,677,000 for the 2014-2015 delinquent tax revolving fund Monday.
The state of Michigan began withholding 25 percent of revenue sharing from Montcalm County on Oct. 13 after the county was late in submitting a deficit elimination plan.
Andrea Leslie decided to pursue a career in healthcare after watching her father battle cancer when she was 14. She was inspired by the way healthcare workers impacted her father’s life. Leslie worked her way up through the healthcare ranks and is now the new president of Spectrum Health United and Kelsey hospitals.
In describing greater Grand Rapids, Birgit Klohs was forthright in her approach of the area from an economic standpoint.
“Nobody wonders where Grand Rapids is,” said Klohs, the president and CEO of The Right Place. “They know New York, they know Las Vegas, they know Chicago, they know L.A., but the middle of the country is often called flyover territory.”
The Montcalm County Board of Commissioners recently voted to give themselves a pay cut, but some commissioners have been quietly declining to turn in their expense reports for years.
Commissioners voted in September to give themselves a 15 percent salary cut, which will save $14,990, as part of $1.5 million in overall county budget cuts. Commissioners each earn an annual salary of about $9,600.
Within the last year, Montcalm and Ionia counties lost its 2-1-1 service, which provided health and human resources to those in need.
The Montcalm Human Service Coalition unanimously decided to cancel 2-1-1 in Montcalm and Ionia counties in December 2015, effective in January 2016.
The Lakeview Wildcats won’t just be taking on the Ludington Orioles during Friday night’s football game in Lakeview.
A Lakeview businessman has pleaded no contest to one of six counts of criminal sexual conduct (CSC) that are alleged to have taken place at his popular bowling alley, bar and restaurant.