CC-C boys highlight first MSAC jamboree
I really need to pay closer attention to whatever’s going on around me. Whatever that may be.
I spent most of my professional life covering local and state news for various publications across Michigan, so you’d think I’d have some working knowledge of current events, even now in my retirement.
Sports roundup for Thursday, April 29, 2021
From purchasing an ice machine for the community center to spending $100,000 on repaving roads at Forest Home Cemetery, city leaders are again set to approve several capital improvements.
On Tuesday, the Greenville City Council met via Zoom for a special meeting to review the proposed Capital Improvement Program (CIP) budget for fiscal year 2021-2022.
The Montcalm County Board of Commissioners on Monday learned the county has received an “unmodified” audit rating for the fifth year in a row — the highest level of opinion an auditor can render on financial statements.
Joe Verlin of Grand Rapids-based auditing firm Gabridge & Co. presented the report on the county’s financial statements from 2020, giving the audit “a clean opinion.” He thanked Montcalm County Controller-Administrator Brenda Taeter and county staff for making the audit report “a smooth process.”
The Belding Planning Commission will hold a public hearing in May regarding a zoning ordinance amendment that, if approved by the City Council, could accommodate outdoor recreation facilities within the city.
In March, the Planning Commission discussed a 66-acre motocross training facility that Shane Larsen of Grand Rapids is proposing to build off of M-44 in Belding.
Upcoming and pending services for April 29, 2021
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