Keeping the grass roots growing!!
As I read in the June 24th edition of the Lapeer County Press, I see that our district looks to finalize the sale of the now closed Hadley and Elba elementary buildings. On the face of it, it seems like good news. The district will be out from under the burdens that unused buildings cost us to maintain. Also, this will mean money into our fund for repairing the buildings that we are still using. According to the paper, the combined sale of $250,000. This is good news, but what is…Continue
Added by William Gavette on June 24, 2012 at 10:19pm — No Comments
LAPEER — The “For Sale” signs on the mothballed Elba and Hadley elementary…Continue
Added by William Gavette on June 24, 2012 at 5:20pm — No Comments
LAPEER COUNTY — Despite the confusing language in the legally-required public notice, no one showed up Thursday at the public hearing regarding the county’s millage for general operations.
The commissioners approved the millage rate of 3.7886 mills be put on the 2012 tax rolls, as well as the three voted-upon millages of .33 mill for the Lapeer County Medical Care Facility, .75 mill for 911 and .25 mill for senior citizens.
The county’s taxable valuation is…Continue
Added by William Gavette on June 21, 2012 at 11:43am — No Comments
Tired of not being able to deal with those we elect?? Here is you chance to have a face to face with our State Senator, Phil Pavlov, and Governor Rick Snyder. This will be a very well attended event, so plan on being there early. Below is the information:
Senator Phil Pavlov’s Reinvention…Continue
Added by William Gavette on June 5, 2012 at 10:42am — No Comments