Letters to the Editor Dec. 7, 2019

(In response to, “Village council can’t agree on park future,” The Citizen, Nov. 30, page 5) Vote for Knowledge Dear Editor, I don’t see why the park is named Ortonville Wildlife Preservation Park, when it does not qualify for that title. We do not meet the requirements or have any of the first steps done […]

Letters to the editor Nov. 30, 2019

Thank you Brandon Board Dear Editor, This is Thanksgiving weekend. The Brandon Board of Education is extremely thankful for all of you in our Brandon School District. We appreciate our Brandon and Groveland businesses that donate and support us. We want to thank every Brandon School District employee who puts our schools and classrooms in […]

Letters to the editor, Nov. 23, 2019

Great job DPW Dear Editor, Kudos to the Ortonville DPW department for their non-stop effort to battle the first snow storm of the season. When I saw non-stop, I mean 27 hours without breaks. While we were snug Monday night sleeping, they were still at it. So imagine my surprise to hear village residents complaining […]

Letters to the editor Nov. 16, 2019

Full Studebaker Dear Editor, We would like to thank the Ortonville Community for the extremely generous Thanksgiving donations for OCEF that were received on Saturday, Nov 9 at Bueches. Our Studebaker truck was empty at 9 am, and by noon, it was completely full! We also collected $660 in Bueches Gift Cards and $174.36 cash. […]

Letters to the editor Nov. 9, 2019

In response to “Kearsley Creek E-Coli levels higher this summer,” The Citizen, Oct. 5, page 4 Kearsley Creek Dear Editor, After reading the article in The Citizen, dated October 5, pertaining to water quality data in Kearsley Creek, Lake Louise homeowners would like to share some of the steps we take in efforts to assist […]

Letters to the editor Nov. 2, 2019

O.A.T.S. Haunted Barn Dear Editor, O.A.T.S. would like to thank everyone who helped make our 3rd Annual Haunted Barn last Saturday such a success. The event would not be possible without the support of the Brandon Middle School staff, students and parents. Again this year, BMS was responsible for decorating the stalls. In addition, the […]

Letters to the editor Oct. 26, 2019

Village Park needs to remain open Dear Editor, The Village Council is moving towards an ordinance that will prohibit any development,including footpaths for the 47 acre Village Park. My husband and I have owned property that borders this park for 25 years and we have always been in favor of developing footpaths in the park. […]

Letters to the editor Oct. 19, 2019

Car Show thank you Dear Editor I wanted to thank everyone who helped make the first annual “Dixie By Way” car show a success on October 5th. Almost 200 cars, bikes, and ORVs attended. Special thanks to the Holly Chamber of Commerce and Holly supervisor George Kullis, who did the brunt of the work. I […]

Letters to the editor Oct. 12, 2019

Clear and present danger Dear Editor, I am beginning my letter with a paragraph from a previous letter I wrote to View Points. It was published in The Citizen on Feb. 11, 2017. It is as follows: “Can we just begin the impeachment process now, and remove Trump from office before irreparable damage is done […]

Letters to the editor October 5, 2019

30th Annual Septemberfest Dear Editor, Brandon Township Parks and Recreation has been honored to host our 30th Annual Septemberfest. By our side were our many support groups and businesses with a majority of funding coming from Presenting Sponsors, Genisys Credit Union and Meijer of Oxford. Consumers Energy, DTE Energy, MSU Federal Credit Union, Randy Wise […]

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