Glasgow vet school student returns home

By David Fleet Editor Chloe Grounds recalls a recent four week stint at the Jivdaya Charitable Trust, a non-government animal welfare organization that provides medical care to un-owned domestic animals in Ahmedabad, India. “We treated anything that came in the clinic,” said Grounds, 25, a 2010 Brandon High School graduate and former Brandon Township resident. […]

Brandon Township sets trail meetings

Two meetings have been set to discuss the proposed Iron Belle Trail through in Brandon Township. At 8 p.m., Sept. 21, the Trails sub-committee will be making a presentation to the Township Board of Trustees at the Brandon High School Preforming Arts Center. The presentation will include answers to the many questions the sub-committee compiled […]

Public Notice: Groveland Township

PUBLIC NOTICE CONSUMERS ENERGY COMPANY GAS AND/OR ELECTRIC FRANCHISE ORDINANCE ORDINANCE NO. 213 GROVELAND TOWNSHIP, OAKLAND COUNTY, MICHIGAN AN ORDINANCE, granting to CONSUMERS ENERGY COMPANY, its successors and assigns, the right power and authority to lay, maintain and operate gas mains, pipes and services, and to construct, maintain and commercially se electric lines consisting of […]

Public Notice: Groveland Township

COST RECOVERY ORDINANCE (Chapter 2 division 2) Section 2 – 154 Fees & Collections Search Fee: $23.71 Pages 1-20: $1.19 per page Pages 21 – 50: $0.60 per page Pages 51+: $0.23 per page Note: “A ‘patient’, as defined by this rule, shall not be charged the initial fee for the patient’s own medical record. […]

Day one

Day one

Isaac, 7, and Gavin Valley, 10, pose for mom Marnee before their fist day at Oaktree Elementary. Below, Amanda Scott, discusses first day jitters with son Dylan   Reid Elementary School. Photos by David Fleet

Letters to the Editor, Sept. 9, 2017

Trash concern Dear Editor, Just wanted to report two huge garbage dumps on Granger Road in two different locations about 75 yards apart between Kent Road and Rattlesnake Lane. It’s obviously from the same person or persons. I came across this garbage Saturday morning, Sept. 2, on my way to the post office so I […]

Commission votes to dump senior housing complex rezoing

By David Fleet Editor Goodrich- By a 4-2 vote on Wednesday night the village planning commission denied a proposal to rezone vacant property from Low Density Residential to a Residential Planned Unit Development on about 5.5 acres on the north side of Hegel Road about 600 feet east of M-15. Planning commission members Dennis Andrezik, […]

Township board narrows trail options

By David Fleet Editor Brandon Twp.- By a 4-3 vote on Tuesday night the township board of trustees removed Route A from consideration as possible connection segment with the Iron Belle Trail. Treasurer Darnall, Clerk Allen, Trustee Marshall and Trustee Broughton voted yes. Supervisor Thurman, Trustee DePalma and Trustee Kordella voted no. Route A which […]

Michigan Task Force 1 Mobilization Center open house

By David Fleet Editor Groveland Twp.– On the anniversary of 9/11 a major step forward toward preparedness in the event of a disaster will be unveild in the township. From 11-11:30 a.m, Sept. 11, the Michigan Task Force 1 Mobilization Center storage warehouse will be open for pubic tours. State Rep. Laura Cox, of Livonia, […]

Brandon grad, family safe from hurricane

By David Fleet Editor Spring Texas- It’s a bad mix. “The dry food—like spaghetti or noodles stored in cupboards mix with flood waters—then temperatures raise into the 90s,” said Shannon Vultaggio. “It’s like the food is cooking in muddy warm water. The smell is unforgettable.” Shannon along with husband James Vultaggio, a 1997 Brandon High […]