Metron of Greenville’s new administrator aims to reach new goals, which includes being involved in the community to raise awareness about Metron. Deb Gomez was hired in to fill the interim administrator position in February. In June, her interim title was lifted and she was named the director of administration at Metron in Greenville.
A record total of 108 properties will be sold to the highest bidder at the annual Montcalm County public land auction Aug. 6. The properties include 72 vacant parcels, 21 homes and six mobile homes.
Read the minutes from the Hubbardston Village Council’s July 10 meeting.
The people of Carson City will soon be able to enjoy parks via a connector trail that was approved by the city council Tuesday night. The project will be done by Youngstrum, which is the same company that did city streetscapes in 1996-1997, according to Mayor Bruce Tasker. The trail will connect Haradine Park located on M-57 at the western edge of the city to Grove Park located four blocks north of M-57 on Williams Street.
The city of Greenville is not only prepping for the Danish Festival, but for local business updates and sidewalk sales as well. During Tuesday night’s meeting, the Greenville City Council had many items on the agenda for approval regarding the Flat River Museum and the Danish Festival.
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After two days of scorching temperatures, Greenville High School’s North Gymnasium actually felt comfortable. On Wednesday, more than 100 kids between first and ninth grade showed up for the 6th Annual Zach Ingles Basketball Camp. The camp began on Monday and will run through today.
Both drivers involved in a two-vehicle accident Wednesday evening where taken to the hospital. The Montcalm County Sheriff’s Office responded to the accident at 5:51 p.m. at the intersection of M-57 and Satterlee.
The 2012 Flat River II Group Workcamp is set to begin this weekend to help local residents. The work camp will begin on Sunday and will last through the July 28. Youth from all over the nation will come to Greenville to lend a helping hand.
After it was brought to the attention of Belding City Council members more than a month ago and discussed in heavy detail at the July 3 meeting, City Council members officially voted Tuesday night on the first reading of a new fireworks ordinance for the city. The new ordinance, which will now be up for vote at the next city council meeting, would “essentially prohibit the use of consumer fireworks from 11 p.m. until 11 a.m. during 335 days of the year,” according to City Manager Randy DeBruine.