2017-06-18 / News Briefs


MONTROSE COLOR RUN – Join the Montrose cross country team during its second annual Color Run on Thursday, June 22, at Barber Memorial Park in Montrose. Register now until June 12 for a discounted early registration fee. The one mile Fun Run is just $5 for kids ages 12 and under or $15 for ages 13 and older. The 5K Run is $20 for all ages. Registration after June 12 until the day of race, will be an additional $5 for each event. Race check in-or late registration will begin at 5 p.m. at the South Pavilion. The one mile Fun Run will begin at 6 p.m.

and the 5K will begin at 6:30 p.m. Event t-shirts can be purchased for $10, but sizes will be limited. Register early for the perfect size. Registration is available online at the website www.runsignup.com. All proceeds from the race will be used to cover invitational fees and uniforms for the Montrose cross country team. Have fun with family and friends as well as support the team. For more information, call Amy Hobson at (810) 240-3907.

MONTROSE EAGLES OPEN BY-LAWS – The Montrose Fraternal Order of Eagles has opened its by-laws for changes. The proposed changes must be submitted by June 30. The first reading will be on Thursday, July 6. The second reading will be Thursday, July 20, and the final reading will be on Thursday, Aug. 3.

CHAMBER RAFFLE WINNER – The winner of the Chesaning Chamber of Commerce biweekly raffle for Wednesday, June 14 was chamber president Greg Bruff of Waddell and Reed. Guest drawer was Zack Bartolec of the Village of Chesanind DPW.

HORN ANNOUNCES OFFICE HOURS – State Sen. Ken Horn (R-Frankenmuth) will hold office hours on Friday, June 23 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Chesaning Township Hall, 1025 Brady St., Chesaning. Horn will be on hand to answer questions

and respond to concerns any residents of the 32nd District may have. No appointments are necessary. For more information or to contact Horn, visit www.SenatorKenHorn.com or call (517) 373- 1760.

REP. FREDERICK HOSTS OFFICE HOURS – State Rep. Ben Frederick (R-Owosso) will hold in-district office hours on Monday, June 19 from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at the Marion Township Hall, 10925 S. Merrill Road, Brant. No appointments are necessary. Anyone unable to meet during the office hours may contact Rep. Frederick’s office at (517) 373-0841 or via email at BenFrederick@house.mi.gov.

BLOOD DRIVE – There will be a blood drive on Monday, June 26 from noon to 6 p.m. at the St. Peter Catholic Church Parish Hall, 404 S. Wood St., Chesaning. The drive is sponsored by the St. Peter Youth Group, which will receive $10 for each donor who signs in. Donors are eligible to give blood every 56 days if they are a healthy person age 17 or older (16 with parent or guardian permission), weighing 112 pounds or more. Females ages 18 and younger must weigh 120 pounds or more.

DAWN PATROL – The Chesaning Sportsplane Association has expanded the annual Dawn Patrol Fly-in to a weekend event, July 8 and 9. On Saturday, July 8, the Military Vehicle Collectors Club of

Michigan will have an encampment at Howard Nixon Memorial Airport. They will also have fireworks Saturday night. The Dawn Patrol Breakfast is Sunday, July 9.

COMMUNITY-WIDE – During the June 14 meeting of the St. Charles Village Council, Manager Matthew Lane said a resident volunteered to organize a community wide summer garage sale on June 30. He explained they are hoping to get enough to sign up to fill a map.

MOVIE IN THE PARK – The movie Lego Batman will be shown in Coal Miners’ Park in the Village of St. Charles on June 30 at 8:30 p.m. Admission is free.

GAMING LICENSE – The St. Charles Bowling Association is in the process of acquiring a charitable gaming license for poker games at the Alley. St. Charles Village Manager Matthew Lane explained the bowling association awards scholarships to high school students. This would enable the group to raise more funds. The St. Charles Village Council gave their approval during the June 14 meeting.

WASTE AUTHORITY – During the June 14 meeting, the St. Charles Village Council voted in favor of accepting changes to the contract with Mid-Michigan Waste Authority (MMWA). Village President Marie Roe wanted to know why the Village of Chesaning pulled out of the authority, but St. Charles Village Manager Matthew Lane said it would not be appropriate to say, since he is on the MMWA executive board and they’re involved in litigation with the Village of Chesaning. Roe said she wants to know if Chesaning’s new carrier, Granger, is less expensive. Trustee Jim McPhail said Granger is in hot water in Lansing, with quite a bit of controversy. The village council decided to continue with MMWA.

DPW REPORT – St. Charles Village DPW Director Patrick Mishler provided the village council with a status report during the June 14 village council meeting. He reported Dennis Guzy’s culvert issue has been resolved. An investment in DPW training is paying off. He added the students did a very good job on Beautification Day last month. Councilwoman Diana Kutz said she attended a baseball game at the park; she said the bleachers are in pretty sad shape. Mishler explained usually Little League takes care of their equipment, but ultimately, it’s the village’s responsibility. He would look into it. Meanwhile, through the sewer televising process, several manholes that were covered by asphalt have been located.

PINK MARKS THE SPOT – St. Charles Village residents may notice some pink marks on some of the streets. Evidently the manholes for sewer access were previously asphalted over. Recently, Spicer Group was able to determine where the manholes are and marked them in pink. Olson said, “We have as-built plans that indicate where manholes should be. Then we took a metal detector to located it.”

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