Greenville City Council approves more than $400K in new equipment

New fire truck, police cruiser, protection equipment and phone system

Having entered into December and voting on several city expenditures, members of the Greenville City Council may as well have been serving the role of Santa Claus on Tuesday evening.

“I feel like it’s Christmas already,” Councilman Larry Moss said at the end of the meeting. “We bought personal protective equipment, a police cruiser, a fire truck and we bought a phone system — I hope we got some good Black Friday deals on these.”

Carson City-Crystal football team receives chocolate milk grant and cooler from United Dairy Industry of Michigan

Behind every victory, there lies a lot of sweat and energy expended in practices.

While there are plenty of ways to refuel after a long practice, Carson City-Crystal head coach Tim Swore knew his players could use some additional help with access to a nutritional option.

Ionia County Community Foundation seeks grant applications from nonprofits

The Ionia County Community Foundation is putting out a call for grant applications from non-profit organizations that are looking for funding.

The foundation has more than $40,000 to give out for projects that address the areas of art and culture, community development, education, environment, health, or social needs, all to “make Ionia County a better place to live, learn, work and play,” according to ICCF Grant Committee Chair Brian Talbot.

Belding addresses water main leak, communication

A brief Belding City Council meeting Tuesday led into discussions about a water main leak on Main Street and one councilwoman’s thoughts about how the city communicates with residents.

The City Council met virtually for their regular meeting. Having no agenda items to discuss, City Manager John Niemela took a few minutes to explain a water main leak at Broas Street and Main Street which the city plans to address in the coming days.

Ionia City Council hires interim city manager

First reading of adult use marijuana ordinance approved

This city has a new interim city manager, and he comes with 40 years of experience.

The Ionia City Council at Tuesday night’s meeting via Zoom voted unanimously to approve a contract with Gregg Guetschow, and authorized Mayor Dan Balice to execute the contract. Guetschow will start working on Tuesday of next week.

Thursday, December 3, 2020

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