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The Pine Township Planning Commission has scheduled the first of several special meetings to update its wind ordinance after surveys revealed that two-thirds of respondents are against large wind turbines being constructed.
The Crystal Township Board is re-opening the window for marijuana applications — this time for a considerably shorter time — to accommodate the wishes of a newly established marijuana business.
On Wednesday, the Crystal Township Board voted 3-1 to re-open the window to accept applications for marijuana businesses from July 19 to Aug. 10.
The Lakeview Village Council voted on Tuesday to petition the Montcalm County Board of Commissioners to annex three parcels of property in Cato Township into the village limits.
The parcels proposed for annexation are the Burlison property on the southeast corner of M-46 and M-91, Lakeview Community Church on the northeast corner of the same intersection and a Carr Farms property just west of McDonald’s on the north side of M-46, west of M-91.
Joanne Six has run Salon 6 in Ionia for approximately 11 years, constantly finding ways to improve and expand the business while doing so.
Upon learning that the property right next door to her salon, which is located at 320 W. Main St., had become available, Six quickly decided to jump on the opportunity.
With the first phase of testing for per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) at Stanton’s abandoned landfill now complete, the city will undergo further testing to see what direction the groundwater is headed.
On Tuesday, the Stanton City Commission unanimously approved a proposal from engineering firm Prein & Newhof to complete a second phase of testing for PFAS around the former Stanton landfill.
The Ionia Planning Commission voted to rescind an outdated ordinance for a development that never moved forward, and approved a site plan and special land use permit for another marijuana retailer at its meeting Wednesday afternoon.
The Edmore Village Council on Monday began discussing how to spend the $124,765 that the village is eligible to receive from the federal government through the state as part of the American Recovery Plan Act (ARPA).
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