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March 20, 2011

Future of regional ‘aerotropolis’ unclear


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DeWitt Twp. honors firefighter DeWitt Township firefighter Craig King (right) receives a plaque from Chief Frederick Koos. The DeWitt Township firefighters recently honored King as Firefighter of the Year for 2010. King, a six-year veteran with the department, was recognized for his outstanding service to the department and community. Craig and his wife, Dorothy, reside in DeWitt Township.

DeWITT TWP. — Local officials are in a holding pattern over plans for an “aerotropolis” at Capital Region International Airport. The economic development project hinges on tax incentives Gov. Rick Snyder wants to eliminate. Officials from DeWitt Township and the city of Lansing in January announced they were applying for a Next Michigan Development Corp., or “aerotropolis” designation, which allows municipalities to use tax incentives to attract manufacturing, distribution, technology and other businesses to the airport property. The program was created by state legislation passed in December. But last month, Snyder proposed a budget that would replace the state business tax with a 6 percent corporate income tax and eliminate several business tax incentives, including those for brownfield redevelopment and renaissance zones. It’s unclear how Snyder’s proposal would

affect the aerotropolis project, but the main benefits of the program revolve around incentives such as brownfield redevelopment tax credits or renaissance zones, which eliminate most state and local taxes in a designated area for a certain period of time. “A blanket approach to eliminating incentive tools may have some very negative, unintended consequences,” said Lansing Finance Director Jerry Ambrose. At this point, the city and township will continue working on a 425 agreement for land, tax and services sharing. The airport is in DeWitt Township. Many tax incentive programs, such as a tax abatement on new personal property, are available in Lansing but not the township. A 425 agreement would allow those incentives in the township. “With every great idea, there’s challenges that you have to overcome,” said Rodney Taylor, DeWitt Township manager. “This is a tough point for the state and ... we need to give the state a fair opportunity to make the See Airport/page 3

Local townships slated to receive state energy grant

The two townships applied for the grant from the state “These are considered pilot projects,” Taylor said. “Each Bureau of Energy Systems in partnership with the non- of us will do it a little bit different to find the best way of profit Michigan Energy Options. educating people.” DeWITT — DeWitt and Bath townships are in line for a The grant will cover most of the cost of energy sweeps Residents in the targeted area can have their homes $315,000 state grant that would pay for energy sweeps and at 420 homes in each township, beginning this spring in the checked for energy efficiency. Once weaknesses are help the owners of about 840 homes make energy-saving southern part of DeWitt Township, township Manager Rod upgrades. Taylor said. See Grant/page 4


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The Bath United Methodist Church holds a baked potato luncheon on Sunday, March 20, at 12:30 p.m. at the Bath United Methodist Church. Donations will benefit the Bath/Gunnisonville Mission Team. The church is located in Bath at 13777 Main Street, between Webster Road and Main Street with parking off Webster Road, directly across from the Elementary School. Call Sue Boyer at (517) 641-4152 with questions.

Boy Scout Troop hosts benefit spaghetti dinner March 26

Boy Scouts of Troop 70 (Grand Ledge and Wacousta area) hold their 16th annual spaghetti dinner on Saturday, March 26, from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at the Wacousta-DeWitt Masonic Lodge, located at the intersection of Wacousta Road and Herbison Road in Wacousta. The menu includes spaghetti and meatballs, garlic bread, salad, dessert and beverage. Tickets are $6 for adults, $3 for children ages 4 through 10 and children under 4 are free. All proceeds benefit Troop 70 activities.

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The St Jude’s Knights of Columbus hold a fish fry every Friday from 4 to 7 p.m. through April 15. The fish fry includes baked and fried fish, macaroni and cheese, french fries, baked potatoes, bread sticks, coleslaw and drinks. The cost will be $7 for seniors, $7 early bird until 5 p.m., $8 for adults and take out, $4 for children under age 12, and $30 for a family. St Jude’s is located at 801 N. Bridge in DeWitt.

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Tournament champs The DeWitt fourth grade boys basketball team won the Red Cedar League Tournament in Stockbridge. After playing two other DeWitt teams as well as many other teams from the Red Cedar League, Team Flannery came out victorious with an undefeated record to win the tournament. Members of the team include (front row, l. to r.) Colton Yankowski, Derek Hamp, Nate Flannery, Jace Preston, Cole Wightman, Aidan Hart, (back row) head coach Bill Flannery, Wyatt Smith, Matthew Brandell, Mason Stotenbur, Riley Hendrickson, Issac Hungerford and assistant coach Greg Hungerford.

The DeWitt Youth Baseball and Softball Association (DYBSA) will conduct its 2011 recreational baseball and softball evaluations in March. To achieve the goal of balanced teams it’s important for players to attend pre-season evaluations. All evaluations begin at 6:30 p.m. • Softball evaluations for 8U and 10U are March 21 at DeWitt Jr. High. • Softball evaluations for 12U and 14U are March 22 at DeWitt Jr. High. • Baseball evaluations for 8U and 14U are March 28 at DeWitt Jr. High. • Baseball evaluations for 10U and 12U are March 29 at DeWitt Jr. High. Please register players online prior to evaluations at

The meal includes all-you-can-eat pancakes, • Thursday, April 14, at the Catholic Communifrench toast, eggs, sausage, milk, juice and coffee. ity of St. Jude, 801 N. Bridge St., DeWitt, from 1 to A donation of $6 for adults and $3 for kids will 6:45 p.m. be asked. Proceeds will be used to purchase rescue Blood donors must be at least 17 years old, equipment. weigh at least 110 pounds and be in good general health. For information on a blood drive Bath Days committee to hold in any of the 65 counties served by the Great Lakes Region, call 1-800-GIVE LIFE or visit next meeting on March 29 Bath Days Festival committee meets on March 29 at 7 p.m. at the Bath Middle School conference MiCAFE program room. Anyone with interest in helping with the 2011 festival is encouraged to attend. The public is available in Bath Twp. welcome to attend. For more information, contact Bath Township’s MiCAFE program, which proJennifer Wilson at (517) 712-8942. vides services to folks over 60, will be held the second Thursday of the month from 9 a.m. to noon. Looking Glass firefighters to Blood drives to take place in area and the fourth Thursday from 1 to 4 p.m. in the host breakfast March 27 The American Red Cross has scheduled blood Bath Senior Center Building. More information and appointments can be The Looking Glass Firefighters Association will drives for the following dates and times: • Monday, April 4, at the Knights of Columbus scheduled by calling 1-877-664-2233 or e-mail host a pancake breakfast from 8 a.m. to noon on or Sunday, March 27, at Eagle Fairgrounds Hall at Ea- Hall, 1108 N US-27, St. Johns, from 11:45 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. gle Park, 14331 S. Grange Road.


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adjustments they need to make.” Bob Selig, executive director of the Capital Region Airport Authority, which oversees the airport, said he is preparing a “notice of intent” for the Michigan Economic Development Corp. he’ll submit by March 31. It’s the first step in applying for the Next Michigan Development Corp. designation. “My hope is that some or all of those incentive packages are going to survive,” he said.

• DeWitt Township delayed a public hearing originally set for March 14 to discuss a 425 land, tax and services sharing agreement with the city of Lansing. A new date has not been set. • Officials originally said the aerotropolis would cover the 2,000-acre airport property and land within a mile of the airport. But state legislation would only allow the zone to include land owned by the airport and properties south of the airport along Grand River Avenue.

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Grant: Townships to receive funds for energy programs Continued from page 1

identified, other contractors will be made available to make improvements and homeowners directed to programs that offer funding help, such as low-cost loans. Some details of the program haven’t been finalized, Taylor said. In DeWitt Township, the targeted area

is between Business U.S. 127 and Wood, State and Stoll roads. Notices will go out to homeowners in that area as early as May, Taylor said. Township officials have been trying to strengthen the south central area, and the energy grant seemed appropriate for that area, he said. The township plans to start by inviting


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County deputies handle 526 calls for service By SUE LOUNDS

ST. JOHNS – Clinton County Sheriff’s deputies were called to five assault and battery/ family disputes during the week that began March 7 and ended March 13. Deputies also investigated three breaking and enterings, one larceny and one case of fraud. There were three incidents of malicious destruction of property. Two medical examiner investigation were required. Clinton County deputies received two DNR/ hunting complaints. They also were called to three civil neighbor

dispute. Deputies followed up on 18 on-going investigations. The number of traffic crashes was down to four, but there were 18 car-deer crashes. Deputies made 292 traffic contacts. They issued 10 citations for driving while license suspended, arrested nine individuals for operating while intoxicated and one for violation of the controlled substance act. Deputies answered 526 calls for service during the week. Following are some examples of deputy activity. Monday, March 7 Deputies investigated a

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BATH TWP. — Township police were called to investigate an altercation between two siblings that began over food. An 18-year-old woman called police on March 13 to report that her 21-year-old brother had assaulted her in their apartment on Webster Road, police reports said. The woman said she was eating with other relatives when her brother came downstairs and became upset because they were being too loud and eating all of the food, the reports said. He shoved her around and slapped her Man cited for pot across the face, she said. A 29-year-old East Lansing man was ticketed for mariHer brother said he slapped her after she punched him juana possession after a March 12 traffic stop on Center lightly. Road, near Coleman Road. Neither party wanted to file a criminal complaint. A township officer stopped the driver after seeing his vehicle cross the center line, police reports said. A search Close call turned up a small amount of pot in the armrest storage A 20-year-old Clarkston man could face a careless drivcompartment. ing charge after allegedly running an Owosso woman into

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HOLLAND — DeWitt diver Sam McManus finished sixth at the Division 3 state swim meet, leading the Panthers to a 21st place finish at the Holland Aquatic Center March 11-12. McManus had a 344.95 point-total at the competition. Teammate Kyle Jonas finished 16th with 302.15 points. There were 39 teams that qualified for the state meet. Hamilton took first place with 251.5 points. Holland Christian was second with 237.5 points. DeWitt had 26 points. Mason was 27th with 19 points. Ionia finished 36th with six points. The Panther 200 freestyle relay team of Ryan Summerton, Dylan DeChatelets, Brandon Hill and Scott McCloskey finished 11th with a time of 1:31.9. The Panthers had several swimmers who qualified for the state meet, but did not fin-

ish in the top 16 to compete in the final’s round. The Panther 200 medley relay team of Asier Atienza, Cale Coduti, Dalton Launer and McCloskey finished 19th with a time of 1:42.92. The 400 freestyle relay team of DeChatelets, Hill, McCloskey and Coduti were 17th in preliminaries with a time of 3:22.40. Atienza was 29th in the 200 individual medley (2:09.31) and 24th in the 100 backstroke (59.24). Hill was 17th in the 100 butterfly (55.87) and 24th in the 200 freestyle (1:52.16). Launer was 40th in the 200 individual medley (2:13.15) and 34th in the 100 butterfly (58.12). McCloskey finished 18th in the 50 freestyle with a time of 22.84. Summerton was 27th in the 100 breaststroke (1:05.40) and 30th in the 50 freestyle (23.52). Dan Schroeder, Oliver Yockey and Taylor Higgins were alternates for the relay teams.

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DeWITT — Once again, Jordyn Wieber is on the go. After competing in Jacksonville, Fla. March 5, the senior-elite level gymnast from DeWitt flew to Houston March 12 for some quick sessions at the U.S. National Team training center. Wieber traveled to Italy March 14 for an important international meet. When she returns, it’ll be back to her twice-a-day training sessions with her coaches, John and Kathryn Geddert, at Gedderts’ Twistars USA Gymnastics Club. For Wieber, it’s all part of the path to reach her longtime goal: to represent her country as part of the 2012 Photo by John Cheng / USA Gymnastics U.S. Women’s Olympic Gymnastics Team at the London Summer Games. DeWitt gymnast Jordyn Wieber was the all-around “The Olympics have always been on my mind and a champion at the AT&T American Cup held in part my mental training. You want to have that goal to

look forward to,” she said. “But you still have to focus on what you’re doing right now and not get too far ahead of yourself.” The 2012 Olympics are still 17 months away and Wieber, who turns 16 in July, is doing her best to improve, stay healthy and be in the best possible position to earn one of five spots on the U.S. women’s team. In her first major competition since spraining both ankles at the Visa Championships late last summer and in her senior level debut, Wieber won the AT&T American Cup all-around title in Jacksonville. “It was great to be competing again. After I hurt my ankles, it took a while to heal,” she said. “It meant so much to me because it was my first event as a senior. I wasn’t expected to win but did. It was the perfect meet for me to get back into it.” John Geddert, her longtime coach, believes Jordyn is on track to realize her Olympic dream. “The Olympics are still about a year-and-a-half out and we have to dodge a lot of bullets along the way,” Geddert said. “No. 1 is staying healthy during this time. Providing she stays healthy, everything looks right on track for her to claim one of the five spots.” See

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Geddert said the competition in Italy is important but a vital event is the World Championships in Japan in early October. “Right now, building an international resume is really important in the political side of the sport. Obviously, the better known you are the better your chances of getting good scores,” Geddert said. “This fall, it’s the first time she’s eligible for the World Championships. The Worlds are like the Olympics in a nonOlympic year. This will probably be the most important meet of her life thus far. All the world will be watching.” In 2012, key meets include the Visa Championships and the U.S. Olympic Team Trials in June. Wieber performs in four all-around events: vault, uneven bars, balance beam and floor exercise. “You’d have to say that vaulting is her strongest. She has a vault that few kids are doing and the difficulty value is very high,” Geddert said. “She scores best on vault, but in competition for the allaround title, you can’t have a weakness. She doesn’t have an event that’s weak. Last week, the balance beam probably was her best event.” Wieber said her goal this summer is “to improve on everything and maybe add

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DeWitt school in contest with rivals to raise most donations DeWITT — Students at DeWitt Junior High School will be collecting coins for a good cause, as well as for school pride. Starting this week, students at the school begin competing in a Pennies For Patients campaign. During the 10-day event, the students will collect coins that will go to the Leukemia Society to be used for treatment for children and support for their families. DeWitt Junior High is not the only school collecting donations. The school is in a friendly competition with students from Haslett Junior High School and Williamston Junior High School to see which school can raise the most in donations. The school that raises the most in donations receives a trophy. The competition begins Monday, March 21, and runs through Thursday, March 31.

Members of the community can also support the school by dropping off their donations at DeWitt Junior High School before March 31. Updates on each school’s total will be given daily and posted on the school’s electronic sign along Herbison Road. The three schools hope to collect $10,000 through the campaign. DeWitt Junior High kicked off the fundraiser with an assembly on March 3. The assembly featured Mike Neal, an ex-student at DJHS and DHS who is in remission from leukemia. Neal gave an inspirational talk to students about his journey through his treatment and the help he received from the DeWitt community. The school has planned several events to help raise funds. During the week of March 21, students will have a homeroom competition to bring in spare change. Students of the winning homeroom will receive an Olive Garden lunch right after spring break. The second place homeroom will receive lunch provided by Hungry Howies. The school will also begin a basketball bracket tournament that week during lunch.

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tournament will also take place during the week of March 28. The winning seventh grade team and winning eighth grade team will join forces to play against the staff team during an assembly at the end of the day on March 31. The seventh grade team will play the first half, and the eighth grade team will play second half. — From DeWitt Junior High School

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CLASSIFIEDS – CALL 1-877-391-SELL(7355) OR 1-877-475-SELL(7355) Bids Wanted DEWITT CHARTER TOWNSHIP 1985 GMC Brigadier SEALED BIDS will be accepted until 1:00 pm on Monday, May 2, 2011. For additional information on this vehicle, go to: Vehicle may also be seen at DeWitt Charter Township, 1401 W. Herbison Road, DeWitt.

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Auctions PREMIER STORAGE WILL be holding an Auction on Tuesday, April 19, 2011, at 4p.m. at 9700 Old M-78 in Haslett. Items to be sold include personal property belonging to: Michael Cox; John Shepard; Charlotte Vine.



PORTLAND- MOVING SALE 708 Brush St., corner of Brush & Grant, Fri., March 25, 9-6p.m. Washer & gas dryer, toys/books/games. Collectibles, household items, scrapbook supplies, clothing & accessories, misc. household & more. Email the Lansing Community Newspapers 24/7 at:

Household Estate Sales MASON - 955 Eugenia. Fri. March 25, 9-6p.m. Sat., March 26, 9-2p.m. Numbers on Fri. Furn., china, piano, collectibles. OR 517-256-0695 for info.


By Phone: Monday - Friday, 8am - 5pm Toll Free 877-475-SELL or 877-391-SELL By Email: 24 hours a day, 7 days a week By Fax: 24 hours a day 7 days a week 517-482-5476 Dogs-Cats-Pets GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS AKC- 2 solid Black. 1 long Coat. 1 sable female. $450. limited or $550. 989-855-3662

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Dogs-Cats-Pets MIN PINS Dew claws, tails done, first shots, 2 males left. $250.00 ea. 517-9806057.

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AMERICAN PIT BULL Terrier POMERANIAN PUPS AKC, Pups blue, 6wks, Cham1st shots, wormed, blacks pion lines, Experienced GOLDENDOODLE F1 PUPS FIELD CULTIVATOR $250, exotic colors $350. 20’ breeder, parents on site, Ready now for their forev$350/best offer. Cash only. 989-248-4124. shots, wormed, ADBA Reger homes! 517-420-0863 989-593-2559 istered, ears cropped, Only 1 female & 2 males left! POODLE BICHON MIX pup$350.(517)908-6060 pies. Shots & wormed, flufGOLDENDOODLE F1 PUPS fy & cute. $250. 989-427Standard size. Vet AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD 3205 checked, shots, wormed. OWOSSO TRADE CENTER PUPPIES Blue & Red $450-$550. 989-763-7202. 108 W. Mason St., Owosso Merles & Black Tris, AKC 125 ISE-BROWN, Vendors call 517-651-0020 Registered, Experienced LAYING HENS GOLDEN RETRIEVER AKC breeder, Great family Farm fresh eggs. puppy, born 12/15/10, dogs, These puppies come Call 517-543-2973. shots UTD, Vet cert., fewith full breeding rights as male, $500. 517-676-0415. long as they pass their vet PRESA CANARIO BLUE, 1 checks, first shots & yr,. old large male. Good wormed. They are not ken- JACK RUSSELL TERRIER with children, lovable, papups, Dew claws, parents nel puppies. They are born rents on site, pure bred, on site, shots, UKC regisand raised in the kitchen wormed, Moving and can tered, $250. (989)621-7367 of our house. We have not keep. Serious inquires ALFALFA GRASS-EXCELLENT Hay $3 & up. Can deliver. payment plans available. only. Please call and leave 517-641-6034 KITS/CATS RESCUED: Many Starting at $600. message at 517-580-3561, declawed; or all calls will be returned. cue.; includes GOOD QUALITY GRASS HAY (989) 330-5459. LOST - REWARD! B l a c k neuter/basic medical $45No rain. $2.50/bale. Mason male Great Dane, blue col$135. 517-410-0074 ROTTWEILER PUPS BIG & area. 517-285-9338. SHEPHERD lar, "Matrix’’, missing AUSTRALIAN beautiful. Registered. PUPS males, black/blue. Miller/Waverly area. Call $400/cash. 989-781-1467 GRASS ALFALFA MIX Shots, wormed. $400/best. 394-5252, 202-8848 Square bales, $3.00. 734-476-6892 517-625-3230. SHELTIE PUP AKC, (1) 4 mo. AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD old female. ALSO COLLIE BLK, (TOY) Black Tri -Male, 9 LAB PUPPIES AKC PUPS AKC, 2 females, 3 HAY 1st & 2nd cutting, sq. or CHOCOLATE, Champion round. Also wheat or oat weeks, shots, wormed, males. 517-398-1766. lines, Good with children, straw, sq. or round. Eagle $300.00. (269)274-8790 loveable, parents on site, area. 517-202-2371 CAT FOUND IN O k e m o s SHIH-TZU PUPSPARENTS wormed, 1ST SHOTS, near Marsh & Hamilton. BICHON FRISE PUPPIES! on site. Wormed. Ready STRAW FOR SALE READY ON 03/26/11 FEBlack & white. Call to idenPerfect family pet! March 27th. Taking deposMALES $350, MALES $300 tify: 517-339-6406 $2/bale. Mason area. Call No shedding or odor. its. 517-490-6341 (517)588-1995 517-930-8948 CKC, Health guaranteed. Found Young Red Lab on 517-663-2256. SIBERIAN HUSKY PUPPIES LAB PUPPIES AKC ChocoCenter and Herbison Rd in Purebred, Vet chkd., shots late, 1st shots & wormed, Bath. 517-641-4013 BOSTON TERRIER/BOXER/ & wormed, not reg. $450$350. 517-625-3428. UNKNOWN. BLACK with $400. 989-763-7202. white markings, 6 weeks old, to good homes only. LAB PUPPIES YELLOW, 12 100% SEASONED HARDweeks, Mother on site $50. (989)287-2868 WOOD $65 face. Ash, CherWELSH TERRIER PUPS $100. (517)749-4634 ry & Oak - cut, split & deshots & wormed, sweet livered. 517-490-0955 & loveable, $300. FISH FOR SPRING STOCK- BOXER PUPS AKC Shots, LAB PUPS AKC - Black & wormed, parents on site. 517-980-4865. ING ALGAE and weed conblonde.1st shots, wormed. 3 males, 3 females. $500trol, aeration systems, C H E R R Y , MAPLE & O A K Born 1/29. Ready now. $700. 517-881-0547. windmill aerators, pond Seasoned firewood. Deliv$300-$350. 517-641-4690 or WHITE EASTER BUNNIES consultation, equipment ered & STACKED. 4’x8’x16" 517-256-8843 6, 8, 10 weeks old, also installation. Free Catalog. CHIHUAHUA $65. 517-651-5214. PUPPIES 2 meat rabbits, live or Harrietta Hills Trout Farm males, 2 females, various LAB PUPS AKC Chocolate. dressed. Call 989-682-4731 1-877-389-2514 or colors. 9 wks., wormed, 1st Ready 4/1. Shots & shots. 517-726-0350. wormed. $400. Taking deMC posits. ALSO 2 black 4 mo. YORKIE-MINI SCHNAUZER PUPS "Schnorkies" 6 wks, old males, $150 each. 989CHIHUAHUA PUPS ALL 1st shots, tails & dewclaws FISH FOR STOCKING: Most 277-6494. white, shots. Have papers. ANTIQUE SHOW: March done, Vet chkd, black & varieties. Ponds & Lakes. $250. 517-819-9261. 26 & 27. Barry County Fairtan, absolutely adorable, 2 Laggis’ Fish Farm.269-628grounds. A large variety of males. $350-$450. 517-3212056Days269-624-6215Eves COCK A POO PUPS 7 wks, antiques. Just North of 7098. Hastings on M-37. Sat., 91st shots/ wormed, cream 5p.m. & Sun., 10-3p.m. $3 & white colors, will stay YORKIE PUPPIES admission. small, $300. 989-427-3205. 8 weeks old, 1st shots & wormed, will be small. ASSORTED FENTON GLASS COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES! $500. 989-427-3205 517-726-0822 or ADORABLE PUPPIES AKC Good colors. 517-444-0205 Yorkies, Pom’s, Porkie’s & $300 & up. Shots, wormed Teddy Bears. $200- $700. 989-426-3866 Karen. LABS PUPPIES AKC-6 wks. 517-404-1028. COLLIE PUPPIES 8 weeks old, exp. breeded. old, Health guaranteed, 1st shots, worming, vet parents on site, shots, vet AKC COCKER SPANIEL PUPchecked, $350. checked, wormed, Sables PIES Born 1/4/11. 1st 989-833-2081. ROCKING LOVESEAT & and Tricolored, beautiful shots, Party color & Sable. gliding rocker, great conand sweet Lassie pups. 989-553-6160. dition. 517-574-5077. Great family dog. $350. MINIATURE PINSCHER YORKIES $500 YORKI-POOS ( 5 1 7 ) 6 0 5 - 1 2 0 2 PUPS different ages & colAKC GOLDEN RETRIEVER & Malte-Poos $375/up Toy ors, $200 cash only. PUPPIES Ready Mar. 16, 2 Size Shots Nonshed Kid 517-857-3036 yr guaranteed, parents Socialized 989.225.1367 LAP OFA excellent, $600. 989- DESIGNER DASCHSUND/ fox pups, 7 MINIATURE PINSCHERS fe725-9793. CANON EOS REBEL digital wks. 2 girls, 2 boys. Shots, males, tails, dews, black, camera w/2 lenses 18-35 & paper trained. $100 cash. $275. Min Pin mix w/ TerriMINI-DASCHUND BEAUTI 75-300 zoom lense. $850. 989-682-4564 er $100. 517-896-0976 FUL DARK red male,4 517-351-6627 months old. Has an excellent temper. Good with DOBERMAN MALE 2 yrs. MINIATURE PINSCHERS fe- GAITED HORSE SADDLE Email the Lansing Community old. Big & beautiful! other pets and children. males, tails, declwd, Choc. Nearly new. Black w/white Newspapers 24/7 at: Housebroke, friendly. $275 $350.00.(517)899-0053 & blk, $350. Min Pin mix w/ buck stitching. Acc. incl. cash. 989-781-1467 $350/firm. 517-655-6439 Terrier $150. 517-896-0976

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NICE HP NC6230 Laptops Pentium M 2GHz 1GB 60GB DVDRW WiFi Windows XP Antivirus Office! Docking Station $199 517.614.8880

Electronics SAMSUNG 46" FLATSCREEN LCD/ HD TV & BlueRay System, home theatre system w/5 speakers & sub-woofer, oak ent. center. Excellent cond. Asking $1,000 for all. Paid $3600. 989-640-0146.



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A BED QUEEN PILLOWTOP mattress set, new in plastic, $200. Call 517-410-4921. Can deliver.


TEMPERPADIC/STYLE MEMORY FOAM MATTRESS SET Queen, newnever used, as seen on TV, with warranty. Cost $1,800, Sell $695. Can Deliver 989-832-2401. MM

A AMISH LOG HEADBOARD AND Queen Pillow Top Mattress Set. Brand newnever used, sell all for $275. 989-923-1278. MM GLIDER ROCKER good condition, glider loveseat, good condition. 517-5745077

Miscellaneous WANTED: UNWANTED appliances, air conditioners, cars, trucks, vans, farm machinery, lawn mowers, campers, hot water tanks, aluminum or steel boats, aluminum windows or doors, aluminum toppers, any types of aluminum or steel siding, 4 wheelers, go carts, trailers, batteries. All picked up for Free. Call 517-628-2818 WANTED: UNWANTED appliances, air conditioners, cars, trucks, vans, farm machinery, lawn mowers, campers, hot water tanks, aluminum or steel boats, aluminum windows or doors, aluminum toppers, any types of aluminum or steel siding, 4 wheelers, go carts, trailers, batteries. All picked up for Free. Call 517-628-2818

Musical Instruments KAWI PIANO GOLDEN OAK 41½"h x 57¾"w. Excellent cond. Incl. bench. $1,400. You move. 517-851-7235.

Sporting Goods BIKE - HARO 20’’, back trail DLX. $99. 517-645-0244


REMINGTON MODEL 4 caliber 6 mil, Leopold X2, scope, extra clips, 5 boxes shells, case. $795. 349-3136

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12’ LONG, STRAIGHT STAIR lift wanted. Please call: 517-372-1818

This part-time position in our Lansing area branches is responsible for delivering professional service to our members by processing transactions; opening new accounts; providing account information; and sharing recommendations with members.

A AARDVARK ANTIQUER paying cash for guns, jewlery, furniture, art & unusual & bizarre items. 517-819-8700




FOR SALE OR LEASE Small 2 bdrm house, 1 blk from busline, completely remodeled, all new appliances incldg W/D, garage. $40,000. Call 517-394-3105.

PS Foodmart is opening a new gasoline convenience store in Williamston. We are looking for store managers and trainees for the Williamston and Perry area. If you have strong commitment to customer service we would love to talk to you. We offer a competitive salary, bonus, 401(k) and insurance.

CottagesResorts For Sale FAR ENOUGH TO get away but close enough to go often... Trailer & lot in Cedarshores Condo campground in Harrison. Beautiful park grounds, chain of 5 lakes, summer activities, older park model excellently maintained, 2 boats, boat trailer, shed, & full deck. MSTA. $15,000. 989725-5144.

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Apartments Lansing HIGH RISE LIVING With Great Views RENTS YOU CAN AFFORD include: Heat, Water, AC, Garage Parking Lansing Towers Apartments Corner of Ottawa & Pine 517-482-8838 or LansingTowers@comcast.

Apartments For Rent ACCORD PROPERTIES Studios, 1 & 2 Bdrms. Lansing /E. Lansing Area. 517-337-7900

NOW AVAILABLE AT RIVERWIND APTS. 1 & 2 bdrm., includes water, sewer, trash & heat. Rent based on income for qualified applicants. Sec. dep req’d. Call 517-9743756 or you may pickup app at 300 Riverwind Dr., DeWitt. TDD# 800-649-3777 This instutition is an Equal Opportunity Provider & Employer.


Qualifications include: • High School Diploma or GED • Six months of cash handling and/or customer service experience • Previous teller experience is a plus

CASH FOR GUNS , Art, Antiques, Jewelry, musical instruments, Valuables. Call 517-204-2004/517-663-3931 CASH PAID D iabet ic test strips. Area’s original, oldest buyer. Friendly & fair. 517-505-2726, 888-639-6179 CASH PAID Up to $15 per 100. Call 517-292-0991

PIONEER POLE BUILDINGSFREE ESTIMATES-Licensed and insured-2x6 Trusses45 Year Warranty Galvalume Steel-19 ColorsSince 1976-#1 in MichiganCall Today 1-800-292-0679. MC

88% of our Students Work! New Horizons Computer Learning Centers of East Lansing has already helped several students this year find new I.T. or non-patient healthcare positions. Give us a call today and set up your free 20 minute career assessment to determine if we would be a solution toward helping you find a career in Michigan. Ph. 1888-413-7876.

POLE BARNS MICHIGAN’S Largest Pole Barn Company (Built Best Barns) Best Quality, Best Service, Best Price. This Week’s Specials ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE Erected 24’x32’x10’from Home. *Medical, $6995.00 30’x40’x10’*Business, *Paralegal, $8995.00 30’x48’x12’*Accounting, *Criminal $12,495.00 60’x120’x14’Justice. Job placement as$ 5 5 , 9 6 5 . 0 0 sistance. Computer availaLicensed/Insured 1-877ble. Financial Aid if quali802-9591 MM fied. Call 877-895-1828 PIONEER POLE BUILDINGS MM Free Estimates. Licensed and Insured. 2x6 Trusses. AIRLINES ARE HIRING— 45 Year Warranty, Train for high paying AviaGalvalume Steel—19 Coltion Career. FAA approved ors. Since 1976 #1 in Michprogram. Financial aid if igan. Call Today 1-800-292qualified—Job placement 0679 MM assistance. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance HUSKY METAL ROOFS 877-891-2281. MM Standing Seam. Metal Shingles/Slate. All in HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA Stock. Energy Star QualiFROM HOME. 6-8 weeks. fied. $1000 Tax Rebate. Accredited. Get a Diploma. Largest Inventory in MichiGet a job! FREE Brochure. gan. Company Installers. 1 - 8 0 0 - 2 6 4 - 8 3 3 0 Free Estimates. Since diplomafromhome .com 1975! 800-380-2379. MM MM

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1979 EVENRUDE longshaft, $650. 810-841-1396.

CampersTravel Trailers CAMPING MEMBERSHIP LIFETIME. Camp Coast to Coast USA/Canada $10/night (full hook-up). (Paid $1,595) Must Sell $595, 1-800-236-0327.

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Condominiums For Rent EAST LANSING: 2.5 bdrm, 1.5 bath, fireplace, air, bsmt, carport, $725. 351-9321 or 333-1250

HASLETT LAKEFRONT ON Lake Lansing with dock, gazebo, beautiful view, LANSING luxury condo apt., lg upW Michigan. 1 bdrm., living dated upper 2 BR., W/D, rm., kitch., bath. $525 + fireplace, deck, new maple electric. kitchen, black stainless Call 517-482-8771 or appli., carpet, granite, 517-719-5600 $940. Also, smaller lower 2 BR., w/patio, $660. Includes snow, trash, lawn. No big dogs. 517-853-6307. OLD TOWN-(3)-1 bedroom Apts. $485-590. Small to extra large. (1)-2 Bedroom with sunroom, $675 All appliances and U T I L I T I E S PAID. Quiet nice neighborWAVERLY AREA hood. 517-202-6035. Duplexes & Home HOUSING Starting at $725. Move in DISCRIMINATION? specials, pet friendly. Call The Fair Housing For details 517-272-1000 or Center at: 1-877-979-FAIR. visit:

We are hiring Experienced RN’s for our Emergency, Surgery, CCU, Medical Surgical and Homecare units. If you are a star performer and team player with a patient-centered attitude, MUST SELL – Lender OREO please email your resume Liquidation Sale- ALL OFand cover letter to: hr@ FERS CONSIDERED: 32 lot sub. w/all utilities or FAX to 989-729-4965. Belleville, MI. 37 res. lots EOE. No phone calls w/utilities Uptown Village please. Absolutely NO FREE FORECLOSURE LIST Milan, MI. 53 lot incomINGS Over 400,000 properrecruiters. CHARLOTTE LUXURY plete sub. Fenton, MI. 41 ties nationwide. Low down APARTMENTS res. lots w/utilities Cross payment. Call now. 800Memorial Healthcare is a Saddleback Ranch. 2 Creek Sub. Burton, MI. 880-2517 MM 150-bed hospital with satbdrm., 2 full baths. Move ellite ambulatory centers in specials. Pet friendly. serving residents in CenFor more information call: APT 1-3 BED NEWLY REtral Michigan. 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Large 2 bdrm. 1.5 bath, Must close by 3-31-11! COME EXPERIENCE fireplace, central air. UtiliEHO DO YOU EARN $800.00 IN A ty room with washer / dryLiving at Lansing Manor DAY? Your own local caner hookup. No pets, GRAND LEDGE - 14’ x70’ "A Quiet and Caring dy route 25 machines and $595/mo. incl. water. w/expando. 2 bdrm., lg. Senior Community" candy all for $9995.00. All Call 517-372-8000 or 517full bath. 12’x22’ covered major credit cards accept349-8345 deck. Wood burning fireLocated directly behind ed 877-915-8222 Vend 3. place w/3 cords of wood. the Lansing Mall, MC New kitchen appl. Washer Lansing Manor offers HOLT: 1 BEDROOM , $470 /dryer. New drapes. OPEN HOUSE EACH Sun + deposit. Air. Free heat, $8,500. 517-455-6541 1 Bedroom residences noon to 4. 13047 Appletree, NOW HIRING: COMPANIES water, trash pickup. Coin $144,900 3 bdrm, 2.5 BA, Desperately Need Employfor Persons 62 years of laundry. New carpet. Condominium, 2 Car Gar, ees to Assemble Products age or disabled. Rents 1960 Aurelius Road. Ap) HOLT * Bsmt, formal DR, DW, FR, at Home. Electronics, CD plications, up front. 2 bdrm., $1,800. are income based Pets FP. (231)730-8781 Stands, Hair Barrettes, ** 586-292-3681 ** Little work needed. or(231)739-3501 Many More. No Selling, are welcome. Call today Financing available. Any Hours. 1-985-646-1700 for your personal tour / 866-694-0821 Dept. MI-1530. MM of this lovely communiMASON ty. 517.321.5058 2 & 3 bdrm. fireplace, IMMEDIATE POSSESSION TTY (800) 662-1220 central air, washer/ 1988 Schultz 14x70 2 bdrm. dryer. From $750. 1 bath, semi furn., applianLansing Manor does not 517-282-9669 ces, washer, dryer, new Discriminate on the 517-349-8000 shed, located lot 73, Parkbasis of view Estates, Portland, MI. LAND CONTRACT $9200/best. 989-831-4952 ∫ Disability MERIDIAN MALL, MARSH 10% down RD. $550 mo. 1 bdrm., liv. 1247 WILDFLOWER rm., kitchen w/dshwshr, Mason schools. 1523 DOWNTOWN 408 W. IONIA. din. rm., walkout balcony, Sq. ft. new build. 3 BR, Studio ($460) & room covered parking, secure When you need repairs 2.5 bath, 2 car gar., ($335). Utilities included. storage, pool. Call 517-303DELTA TWP. 5 acres. R Ehardwood & ceramic Close to LCC & Cooley. 4372. around the home DUCED. Heavy industrial, flrs, AC, realtors 517-749-3890. great location. Sale or welcome. $144,900. - and you need them lease. Land Contract availMOVE IN FOR $299 when 517-290-4829 Aurelius DOWNTOWN LOFT able. $139,000. 2600 Snow you sign a 12 mo. lease! S. of Holt left on fast- check the service 1 bdrm. loft, 1000 sq.ft., Rd. 586-772-2759 or 810Forest View Apts, Haslett Gateway wood floors, stainless ap772-6561. * Immediate Occupancy directory in the Source pliances, laundry, secured * Cozy 1 bdrm apts $560 garage parking. $900/mo. SEE SOURCEADS.COM * PET WELCOME 517-482-8771 or 517-719* Single level bldg w/ pri5600. OR CALL LCN TOLL FREE vate entries * Washer/Dryer hook ups FREE HEAT & W A T E R . in utility room Edgemont Waverly. Quiet * Vaulted ceiling in living 4 BDRM., 3 bath, 3,000 sq. 4 ADJOINING PLOTS in Gardesirable neighborhood. den of Miracles, East Lawn room ft., 2 story home on corner Lg. clean 1 & 2 bdrm. No Memory Gardens, Okemos. * Storage access lot. 1719 Vassar Dr. New: pets. From $525. 712-4915, Value $7100, sell for $3500. * Lovely wooded setting roof, furnace, hardwood 202-3234, 323-1153 Please call 517-663-5364. * Close to everything floors & completely reExpires March 15, 2011 modeled bathrooms. ForEmail the Lansing Community Email the Lansing Community Call today for info and tour! mal dining, gas FP, central Newspapers 24/7 at: Newspapers 24/7 at: 517-803-2648 air. 2 car garage. $195K. Classified Section Conditions apply. 517-668-6484/517-243-0423


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5849 O R C H A R D CT. Co m pletely remodeled 2 bdrm, 1 bath, full basement with washer/dryer. New carpet, paint, appliances. Fenced backyard, private deck. $650 + utils. 517-332-9255. LANSING 3 BDRM, 1 bath finished bsmt duplex, $850 monthly, excellent location to MSU, city bus stop, fenced in backyard, available Apr. 1. Call for appt. 517-388-1962.

Homes For Rent 129 ASTOR LANSING. 4 bdrm., 2 bath. Rent to own. Near Ingham Medical. $850/mo. 517-388-1826. 1325 GLENROSE AVE. Very nice 2 bdrm., all appliances, lg yard, den, garage. 1st, last deposit. $900 + utilities + dep. 517-7087528.

2011 HOMES! We are currently pre-leasing brand new homes that will be arriving Mid-May! • 3 Bed/2 Bath, • All Appliances, • Washer/Dryer, • Central Air • Pet Friendly • Holt School District Payments starting as low as $799! No Application Fees! Contact us today to reserve your new home! 1-888-235-6948 EHO $225 PER MONTH Lease to Own!!! 3 Bed/1 Bath - over 800 sq.ft. Brand New Carpet, Vinyl, & Appliances. We Specialize in Hard to Finance Individuals!!! The Meadows of St. Johns (989)224-7707 2 BDRM, DOLL House! Neat, clean, appliances, $550 NO deposit. 2011 Osband. Call 517-645-7044.

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∫ MUST SELL – Lender OREO Liquidation Sale- ALL OF- OLD TOWN - LCC - Lansing FERS CONSIDERED: Twp. Beautiful clean 1 & 2 Commercial/Res 80 ac/ bdrms., hardwood floors, Lotz/Lotzford Rd. Canton, $525-$625, heat included. MI. 3 ac. Commercial Ann 517-896-8732 Arbor, MI. Condo sites; 50 ac. raw land Ionia, MI. OLD TOWN - LCC - Lansing Twp. Beautiful clean 1 & 2 bdrms., hardwood floors, RECENTLY FORECLOSED, $525-$675, heat included. SPECIAL Financing 517-896-8732 Available, Any Credit, Any Income Vacant land located at: 5904 Plains Rd., ST.JOHNS-INCOME BASED 2 BDRM. TOWNHOMES. Eaton Rapids. $22,500 Beautiful Park setting. Visit: Close to schools & shopDrive by then call: ping. Laundry hookup. 866-957-4918. SUNTREE APARTMENTS 1100 Sunview Dr. 989-224-8919 EHO

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CALL 989-692-0560 COMPLETE MATERIAL POLE Building Package 24’x32’x8’-$3799.00 DRIVERS WANTED: SOLO 30’x40’x10’-$5599.00 Drivers, $2,000 Sign-On Bo32’x48’x10’-$6799.00 Steel nus. Teams, $4,000 Signroof, doors included, other On Bonus. CDL-A HazMat, DRIVERS-PAID CDL TRAIN sizes available 2 Years OTR. Call Now! 1ING & a stable Career! No 8 7 7 - 6 2 8 - 3 7 4 8 . credit check! No experiCall Standale Post Frame ence required! Trainers Buildings Toll Free 1-800MC earn 49cents/mile! 888968-8201 MM 417-7564 CRST Expedited TEAM STRAIGHT TRUCK MC DRIVERS: Team Drivers Needed For Our Fleet OwnGOVT JOBS - SERVE PARTers. Class B-CDL Required, TIME. Elite training. Great Great Miles, Great Pay, No pay & benefits. Sign-on boTouch Freight. Call 1-800nus up to $20k. $ for edu831-8737. MC cation. Call 1-800-922-1703, M-F 9-3. MC AIRLINES ARE HIRING Train for high paying Aviation Career. FAA approved program. Financial aid if qualified - Job placement assistance. Call Aviation Institute of Maintenance (877) 891-2281. MC

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BUYING STERLING SILVER, clocks, pocket watches, quilts, Early oil paintings, other nice things. John 517-886-9795.

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Automobiles for Sale CHEVROLET CORVETTE, 1977 $2,500 Project car. 4 speed, needs motor. 517-323-9494

DODGE 2000 ¾ TON $10,000 4x4 w/Fisher snowplow, 2nd owner, V8 auto, looks, drives, runs excellent 517-712-6178


FORD F-250, 1997 $6,000 Low miles. Well maint., comes w/plow. Excellent condition. 517-712-6178

PARK AVENUE 1999 $5800 1 owner, only 59K mi., lthr, well kept, very clean, no rust/dents 517-898-9217

EDGE SE 2007 $16,500 6 cyl, Side Airbag 39000 mi., Silver 517-886-6612

GMC GMC ENVOY DENALI 2007 $18,750 81K mi., 4WD, Nav, DVD, SunR, htd Lthr, Ext War Silver 517-214-6623

MALIBU MAXX 2005 $4,995 LOADED, sunroof, CD, remote start, warranty. Mint City 989-640-1899 CAVALIER, 2005 $3995 2 dr., CD, 5 speed manual, super gas saver! warranty Mint City 989-640-1899

Jeep-Eagle WRANGLER SPORT, 1999 4x4, lifted, has extras. Excellent condition.

CHARGER RT, 2009 $21,500/BEST 25K mi. Hemi. "Brilliant black", grey leather int. Excellent condition. 517-694-7676

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’04 BUICK LESABRE $7275 P. seats/mirrors, split front seat, 29 hwy., tan, 104K Excellent condition 349-0118

MALIBU LTZ, 2010 $23,500 4,800 mi. Like new, heated seats, remote start. Excellent condition. 517-3934601

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DODGE CARAVAN 1998 $9,000 Dodge handicap van with side-powered ramp 517-339-7551


LANCER GTS 2008 $12,000 4 cyl, Premium Sun Pack, 63333mi., Blue 517-944-0140

Nissan 280 ZX, 1983 60K mi., Good condition.

VEHICLES WANTED DEAD/ALIVE Top $$ paid, Free towing. Same day pickup. 7 Days. 517-487-8704 CAR DON’T WORK Or is crashed! Tired of spending money? Will pay you Cash Today & tow away free! Call 517-505-2098 AUTOS & TRUCKS WANTED We will pay top dollar for any unwanted vehicle. Free fast pickup. 517-487-8600.

Junk Cars Wanted $2300 517-676-4709

Pontiac GRAND PRIX GT 2005 loaded, sunroof, 75K mi., sharp! Mint City

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Toyota PRIUS 2002 $7000/OBO 1/2 elec., 1/2 gas, Pearl White, runs, drives & looks 100%, 1 owner 517-420-1925

Vans HANDICAP VANS USED, BOUGHT & SOLD Mini & full size 5751 S. Cedar - Call Dale 517-882-7299

CARS & TRUCKS WANTED Paying cash. 7 days a week.


BENJAMIN & SON A1 TOWING WANTED Junk cars, vans & trucks. Top $ paid . 517-372-9737 CAR DON’T WORK Or is crashed! Tired of spending money? Will pay you cash Today & tow away free! Call 517-505-2098 WE PAY TOP DOLLAR for used cars, trucks & vans. Will beat any offer. Free towing. 517-482-2260 AARON’S UP TO $1000 Wanted junk and unwanted cars 810-347-2078 WE BUY JUNK CARS Pickup 7 days a week

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3-4 BDRM HOUSE Neat and clean, new paint & carpet. Call 517-641-7271 or 517214-7648.


A 3 bdrm., newly remodeled homes. Nice, quiet neighborhood. 2 car garage, fenced yard. New high efficiency furnace & water heater. Pets okay. $550 & $799mo. + utilities. 517-712-5238

12067 Rupp Rd., 3 bdrm., 1.5 bath 1,092 sq ft, ranch home. Full bsmnt., 1.5 car attached garage. $725+ 517-575-2668 www.sundancefamilyhomecenter .com

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ST. JOHNS COUNTRY CANADIAN FISHING CAB- AVIATION HANGARS FOR RENT - Mason/Jewett AirINS for RENT. Walleyes, LIVING- 3 bdrm., 2 bath, port. Starting at $130 & up jumbo perch, big newer home on 5 acres. per month. Month to northerns. Call Hugh or Full fin. bsmnt. 2.5 car gamonth contract. Call Lloyd Doris toll free 800-426-2550 rage. Call: 989-205-4919 or at: 517-589-8619 for free brochure. Or look 989-875-2444. Possible at our website: Land Contract. MM



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Notice is hereby given that DeWitt Charter Township is in the process of adopting, on First Reading, Ordinance Amendment 60.76, an Ordinance to amend the DeWitt Charter Township Zoning Ordinance to Amend Chapter XVII, "Definitions," and speSelling an Item? It’s not too late to find a See cifically the definition of "Professional Office" and to add a definition for a "Health buyer for your camping gear. or Call LCN Toll Free See Service Office" land use; and to amend Section 5.7.4 entitled "Uses Permitted by HOMES FOR 877.475.SELL or Call LCN Toll Free 877.475.SELL AFFORDABLE HOMES 1-4 Special Use Permit" in the R5 District to add Subsections 1 and 2 allowing Planned RENT! bdrms, Section 8 OK. Pets OK. Move in speUnit Development, Health Service Office and Professional Office by said Special 3 bed/ 2 bath homes. cial! ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz~!@#$%^&*()_+`1234567890-=,./?;’:”[]\{}| Flexible terms Over 1000 Sq. Ft. available. $395-$1095. Use Permit; and to provide an effective date hereof. *Payments as low as 517-651-1374 Proposed Construction of Cell Tower $699. Said Ordinance 60.76 reads as follows: • All Appliances • Washer/Dryer DeWitt, Clinton County, Michigan ORDINANCE NO. 60.76 • Storage Shed BATH- LARGE 4 BDRM • Pet Friendly Sprint Nextel Corporation (Sprint) proposes to construct 199- PREAMBLE with garage. Gas, elec• Holt Schools tric & deposit required. foot monopole tower and equipment installation, located at AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE DEWITT CHARTER TOWNSHIP ZONING ORDINANCE All Credit Considered! No pets. $750/mo. No Application Fees 517-641-6364 115560 Francis Road, DeWitt, (Watertown Charter Town- TO AMEND CHAPTER XVII, "DEFINITIONS," AND SPECIFICALLY THE DEFINITION OF Move in for as little as $299!* ship). Clinton County, Michigan (Project No, 19469). "PROFESSIONAL OFFICE" AND TO ADD A DEFINITION FOR A "HEALTH SERVICE OFContact us today! Inventory Limited! In accordance with the National Historic Preservation Act of FICE" LAND USE; AND TO AMEND SECTION 5.7.4 ENTITLED "USES PERMITTED BY 1-888-258-2412 CHARLOTTE 1966, as amended and the 2005 Nationwide Programmatic SPECIAL USE PERMIT" IN THE R5 DISTRICT TO ADD SUBSECTIONS 1 AND 2 ALLOWOffer Expires 3-31-11 1280 N. Clinton Trail, 3 EHO, *WAC bdrm., 1.5 bath 1344 sq. Agreement for Review Under there National Preservation ING PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT, HEALTH SERVICE OFFICE AND PROFESSIONAL ft. ranch home. Full unfinished bsmnt., 2 car atAct; Final Rule, Sprint is hereby notifying the public of the OFFICE BY SAID SPECIAL USE PERMIT; AND TO PROVIDE AN EFFECTIVE DATE HEREtached garage. $750+ deposit. proposed undertaking and soliciting comments on Historic OF. ~LANSING~ 517-575-2668 1-4 BDRMS Properties which may be affected by the proposed undertak- The Charter Township of DeWitt, Clinton County, Michigan ordains: Available! Section 8 OK. $450-$850. Call Mark at ing. If you would like to provide specific information regard- SECTION I. AMENDMENT OF SECTION 5.7.4, "USES PERMITTED BY SPECIAL USE PER517-482-6600 COLONIAL VILLAGE ing potential effects that the proposed undertaking might MIT" IN THE R5 DISTRICT. 2 bdrm. C ape C od, fireplace, fenced, rec room, have to properties that are listed on or eligible for listing in Section 5.7.4, "Uses Permitted By Special Use Permit In The R5 District," shall be appliances, $595 mo. L A N S I N G - 2 bdrm the National Register of Historic Places and located within 517-323-4700 and is hereby amended to read as follows: duplexes. $600-$675. Local owner cell 989-550-1181. one-half mile of the above address, please address, please Section 5.7.4 Uses Permitted By Special Use Permit (R5) District). -----------------submit the project number (provided above), property ad- All uses permitted in District R4, Section 5.6A4 Subsections 1 through 10, subject EATON RAPIDS dress, and comments to: Ramaker & Associates, contractor to the conditions stated therein, plus: - 811 East St. 3 bdrm., - 1 bath, 1595 sq. ft. home P OTTERVILLE for ALU & Sprint, 1120 Dallas Street, Sauk City, Wisconsin 1) - on the river, michigan Planned Unit Development, upon compliance with Section 7.13.6; 5608 NIXON - basement. $775/mo. + Small, but cozy 53583 or via e-mail to by April 15, 2) Health Service Office and Professional Office. - deposit. City septic & 630 sq. ft., 2 bdrm., 1 well, consumer bath, ½ bsmnt. 1 car 2011. SECTION II. AMENDMENT OF CHAPTER XVII, "DEFINITIONS," TO ADD A DEFINITION electric/gas heat garage. $550/mo. 517-575-2668 FOR "HEALTH SERVICE OFFICES." - 517-575-2668 DBR-907470 3/20/11 -----------------Chapter XVII, "Definitions," shall be and is hereby amended to add the following definition: Health Service Office: A structure where supportive and accessory medical care For more information or services are provided to include laboratory services, billing services, and followto reserve space call up patient health care services. SECTION III. AMENDMENT OF CHAPTER XVII, "DEFINITIONS," TO AMEND THE DEFINITION OF "PROFESSIONAL OFFICE." Chapter XVII, "Definitions," shall be and is hereby amended to amend the defini(7355) tion of "Professional Office" as follows: Professional Office: Rooms or buildings used for office purposes by members of Basement Computer Sales any recognized profession, including doctors, dentists, lawyers, accountants, engiFencing Hauling-Trucking Masonry Waterproofing -Service neers, architects, etc., provided such businesses do not create or introduce any nuisance factors, such as smoke, noise, odor or dust. MASONRY RESTORATION COMPUTER REVIVER: DONE RIGHT FENCE & Res/comm., historic. ReTRASH, BRUSH, APPL. haulUpgrades, internet repair, virus, pair brick, block & stone. SECTION IV. CONTINUATION OF OTHER ORDINANCE PROVISIONS. ed Yard & build. clean up, SKID LOADER SERVICE BASEMENT PROS spyware removal, data rec. 30 day Fndn/chimney repair/new. trees & bushes trimmed. wrnty. Erik 517-484-6364. Housecalls. WATERPROOFING Except as provided in Section I above, all other provisions of the DeWitt Charter Lic. & Ins. 517-647-5380 Low Prices! Mike 393-4664 Fence for all occasions, SPECIALIST light excavating, holes Township Zoning Ordinance (as previously amended) shall remain in full force and Egress windows, sumps augered, bucket & pallet Painting-Papering & crocks. For all your JUNK fork work. We clean up e effect. Concrete Work Best Pric basement waterproofscrap metal for free. -Plastering Around REMOVAL ing needs call the pros. SECTION V. EFFECTIVE DATE For Free Estimate Licensed & Insured Call 517-669-8066 GOT MUD? Call TomCo AsPAINTING PERFECTIONS. This amendatory Ordinance shall become effective immediately upon its passage, Call 517-896-5692 phalt for crushed asphalt Int & ext. Quality work. or concrete placed & compublication and recording by the DeWitt Charter Township Clerk as required by References, free est. pacted. 517-676-5600. (517)332-3281 or 290-4187. law. Appliances Floor Services Cleaning Service Second Reading of Ordinance 60.76 will be March 28, 2011, at 7:00 p.m. at the TownBrush Stump Removel Drywall ship Hall, 1401 W. Herbison Road, DeWitt, MI 48820. Written comments relative to Carpet Furniture the Ordinance will be accepted until the date and time of this meeting. CLEANING SERVICES BENJAMIN Mr. Natural’s Commercial & Residential. 26 YEARS EXPERIENCE Metal STUMP REMOVAL Questions relative to Ordinance Amendment 60.76 should be directed to the Free Estimates. Hang, Finish, Texture (Formerly Bill’s Stump ReWood Floors 517-648-0664 Big & Small Jobs. Insured. Wood moval). Prompt service, Clerk’s Office of DeWitt Charter Township, at the above address, or by phone to Call Cheryl 517-204-3110 • Refinishing free estimates. Insured. Concrete (517) 668-0270 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Fri517 285-7831, 517 625-5652 • Repairs Shingles Gary’s Drywall Finishing Computer Sales day. "Hang, Finish and Repair" • Installation Senior Discount 517-927-3853 -Service DeWitt Charter Township will provide to individuals with disabilities, reasonable FREE Estimates Tree Service 393-0660 or 490-8696 auxiliary aids and service which are needed to fully participate in any Township Since 1988 meeting providing a 72 hour notice is received by phone or in writing. Contact Timber Tree Services, LLC HAVING Commercial & Residential DeWitt Charter Township as shown above to request the necessary assistance. Home ImprovementCOMPUTER • Tree Removal PROBLEMS? Repairs Hauling-Trucking • Stump Grinding Diane K. Mosier, Clerk • Free Estimates I can fix it fast! Selling an item DeWitt Charter Township • Fully Insured

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