When traveling through this community’s historic downtown district, turning down the correct street can prove to be a difficult task, especially for anyone not familiar with the area.
A number of street signs have faded significantly since being installed during the streetscape project in the early 2000s that saw downtown Lafayette Street (M-91) transformed into its present-day design.
With fewer than 20 minutes to go in Saturday afternoon’s game, the Ionia Bulldogs soccer team was riding high.
Pitching a shutout to that point, the Bulldogs possessed the ball in Lansing Everett’s territory for most of the second half. It seemed as if they’d be able to control the ball and hang on to secure their ninth win of the season.
The Ionia County Apportionment Committee will meet again at 1 p.m. on Sept. 23 to continue their deliberations about how much — if at all — to redraw county commissioner districts.
The meeting will be held in the Ionia County Board of Commissioners Room, 101 W. Main St., Ionia, in person and via Zoom. Visit ioniacounty.org for more details.
The second public meeting of the Montcalm County Reapportionment Commission saw five times as many audience members as the first meeting.
Five people attended last Wednesday’s meeting at Pierson Township Hall, three of whom were Pierson Township officials (Supervisor Dan Buyze, Clerk Sara Burkholder and Trustee Bill Grice). Also present was Helen Kennedy of Montcalm Township, as well as this Daily News reporter (who was the lone audience member at the commission’s Sept. 7 meeting in Crystal Township).
Sports Roundup for Sept. 20, 2021
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