Evelyn Reneaud

RENEAUD, EVELYN MAE of Ortonville; died March 13, 2019.  She was 86.  Born March 11, 1933 in Elk Lick Township, Pennsylvania to the late William Arthur and Edna Elizabeth (nee: Sechler) Brenneman.  She married Robert Reneaud on October 16, 1954 in Royal Oak, Michigan.  She is survived by her loving husband Robert; two sons, Jeff (Traci) Reneaud […]

Sarah Leoni

LEONI, Sarah Lindsey. of Ortonville; passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her family, after a courageous battle with cancer; March 13, 2019; age 42. Beloved wife of Matt; proud mother of Violet and Casual; cherished daughter of Gary and Patricia King; loving sister of Bethany King; dear daughter in law of Albert Anthony “Tony” […]

Spring rays

Spring rays

From left, Linkoln Good, 5 and Ava Westenbarger, 5, step out of Reid Elementary School on Tuesday sporting some needed shades due to some early spring sunshine. The temperatures topped 50 degrees in Southeastern Michigan last week. Photo by Patrick McAbee.

Farm owner bound over on animal cruelty

Brandon Twp.- On March 8 a farm owner was bound over in Oakland County Circuit Court after authorities found abused animals on his township farm. . Andrew Scott, 32, was arrested in December on a charge of animal cruelty or neglect of 10 or more animals. If convicted, he faces up to four years in […]

Rocking and Raking volunteers needed

From 9 a.m.-4 p.m., April 27, able-bodied young people and adults to assist local senior citizens and disabled neighbors with yard work, cleaning outside windows, moving and cleaning patio furniture along with general spring clean up. The annual Rocking and Raking project seeks individuals, families, churches, scout troops, National Honor Society, sports teams, women’s and […]

Options for open swim considered by board

By Shelby Stewart Staff Writer Brandon Twp.- The board of education is discussing renegotiating their contract with Aqua Club for the pool management. One provision that the district is concerned about is the open swim hours. “It’s $64,000 a year for the open swim, there are 32 people in open swim,” said superintendent Dr. Matt […]

Board grapples with SRO, security guard, roles, costs

By Shelby Stewart Staff Writer Brandon Twp.- The board of education is discussing the role of the school resource officer in the district now that the district has four guards from Premier Security. “We get about 20 hours a week for the school year, we spend about $55,000 a year on that position,” said superintendent […]

Public Notice: Groveland Township

Synopsis Groveland Twp. Board 03-11-2019 Call to Order & Roll Call Approved Agenda Approved: Consent Agenda Budget Amendment Accts Payable Financial Reports Board Minutes Twp. /Fire/02/11/19, Special 2/20/2019 PUBLIC HEARING Approve Appropriation Act 2019/2020 Approve Proposed 2019/2020 Budget Hearing PRESENTATION UNFINISHED BUSINESS NEW BUSINESS Approved Dust Control Program Approved Road Gravel Approved Purchase of New […]

Public Notice: Brandon Township

PUBLIC NOTICE TO BRANDON TOWNSHIP PROPERTY OWNERS Brandon Township Noxious Weed Ordinance, #43, Sec. 18-19 through 18-27, requires property owners to destroy noxious weeds before they reach seed-bearing stage, to prevent such weeds from perpetuating themselves and to prevent such weeds from becoming a detriment to the public health, and further to maintain all varieties […]

Public Notice: Atlas Township

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE ATLAS TOWNSHIP PLANNING COMMISSION WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 2019 AT 7:00 P.M. NOTICE to the citizens of ATLAS TOWNSHIP, Genesee County, and Goodrich Michigan. The ATLAS TOWNSHIP PLANNING COMMISION will hold a PUBLIC HEARING ON WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 2019 AT 7:00 P.M. LOCATED AT THE ATLAS TOWNSHIP HALL, 7386 S. GALE ROAD, GRAND […]

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