A law that has been buried for decades is shaking up Bloomer Township government, all in efforts to avoid possible conflicts of interest and remain under the law.
A Crystal Township Board member thinks his colleagues need a pay cut, but they disagree. Jerry Stone made a motion at the Feb. 8 board meeting to reduce the annual salaries of board members by 5 percent. The motion died due to lack of support.
Jerry Stone has made two motions in as many months that a new Department of Public Works (DPW) not be located in the Crystal Community Center. Both motions died for lack of support by Stone’s fellow Crystal Township Board members. Stone is hoping the third time will be the charm.
The Mecosta County Sheriff’s Office is requesting assistance in identifying a female subject who was at a Cedar Springs gas station on Monday, Feb. 13, at approximately 12:45 pm.
The Village Green Variety Show entertained the community Wednesday night with sketches, songs, dances and more at the Greenville Performing Arts Center. The Village Green Singers kicked off the show with singing and dancing to “Old Time Rock and Roll.” The show is a fundraiser for the group to help offset costs of special events such as their upcoming trip to Chicago.
Read a brief report from the Feb. 13 Pine Township meeting.
Read a brief report from the Feb. 13 Maple Valley Township meeting.
Read a brief report from the Feb. 6 Fairplain Township meeting.
The Lakeview State Police Post was assisted by the Central Michigan Enforcement Team (CMET) in an investigation of the productions of Methamphetamine at a residence in Orleans Township in Ionia County.
The city of Greenville has been awarded a $1,200 tree planting grant by Consumers Energy. Consumers Energy awarded more than $100,000 to 42 Michigan communities via the 2011 Community Tree Planting Grant Program.