Letters to the Editor, Sept. 14

Country living Dear Editor, Although the ViewPoints offers a variety of free speech – when a post starts off asking readers to “grow up” since their viewpoint does not agree with his – it’s hard to take them seriously. I dislike everything about the Iron Bell Trail. As a woman of science I’d love to […]

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 […]

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 […]

Letters to the editor, Sept. 2, 2017

Trash alert Dear Editor, The Citizen needs a trash alert on the front page. A big red check mark, warning of a Bonnie Beltramo letter, so it can hit the trash on the way from the mailbox. When will you realize that our hometown paper has become her platform for her obsessive thinking and shaming […]

Letters to the editor, Aug. 26, 2017

Death to mosquitoes Dear Editor, The guys of the street department (can do anything it seems) recently spent several laborious hours cleaning overgrowth from the creek in our neighborhood, the creek had become stagnant and insects were thriving. The guys did a outstanding job of opening the creek back to a flowing stream and they […]

Letters to the editor: Aug. 19

From the Moors Family Dear Editor, We would like to express our thanks and appreciation to everyone for all the love and support you have shown our family during this difficult time. We are grateful to have so many, many wonderful friends and your overwhelming kindness will never be forgotten. Douglas “Dozer” Moors will be […]

Letters to the Editor Aug. 12, 2017

Thank you Brandon Rec Dear Editor, I wanted to write and thank the entire Brandon Parks and Rec Department for another great year of youth baseball. One exciting addition was the hiring of Glen Venner, who ran the baseball program. He is the perfect fit for good ol’ fashioned small-town ball. He did a great […]

Letters to the Editor Aug. 5, 2017

Consider trail safety (In response to: ‘Decision needed on Iron Belle Trail,’ The Citizen, July 29, page 1) Dear Editor, When will our township start to really listen to its people regarding the Iron Belle Trail bike path? First of all I would like to challenge the council and all people involved to drive down […]

Did someone say complicated?

Did someone say complicated? Dear Editor, The Byzantine new Senate bill to replace the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is difficult enough for average Americans to understand, let alone our senators, with not much time to consider it. The Senate’s Better Care Reconciliation Act, crafted behind closed doors by 13 Republicans with no input invited from […]

Test scores, one million pages and distinguished alumni!

Dear Ortonville-Brandon Community,following are a few updates from the Brandon School District for the month of July: nBrandon High School SAT scores 2017 – This week, scores became available for all high school students in the State of Michigan. While the state has not given us permission for the full release of 2017 school-wide scores, […]