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Vol. 37 - No. 34

Boy, 2, nearly drowns in pool

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June 12, 2011

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DeWITT TWP. — A 2-year-old boy remained in critical condition, officials said, after he was found apparently not breathing in a wading pool on June 6. The boy’s grandmother was babysitting her three grandchildren, when the 2-year-old “slipped out of the house, undetected,” according to a news release from the DeWitt Township Police Department. After realizing he was missing, the woman found the boy in the wading pool outside the home, the news release said. She then began CPR. A 7-year-old sibling of the young boy called 911, officials said. Bath Township police Officer Matt Mardigian heard the call at about 7:40 p.m., was close to the home in the 14000 block of Wood Road in DeWitt Township, and was first on the scene.

DeWitt graduates-to-be toss around a beach ball as recording artist Ari Herstand performs at the DeWitt High graduation Sunday June 5 in DeWitt. KEVIN W. FOWLER/FOR THE LANSING STATE JOURNAL

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Local businesses to be honored at June 16 event Ken Palmer

in DeWitt, will emcee the event. DeWitt, Bath and Watertown townships were among eight teams picked last fall for the second phase of the CEC project. Teams from MSU’s Land Policy Institute are working with the communities to develop strategies to help people launch or grow businesses. Over a three-year period, the teams will develop their own approaches and exchange information with other teams. The DeWitt City Council last week voted to officially join the CEC consortium.

“I think the Council recognized the importance of fostering our entrepreneurs, knowing that this type of a network can only benefit our downtown district,” said City Manager Dan Coss, who began attending the group’s meetings after he took over as manager a few months ago. In April, the consortium agreed to focus its efforts on building a sustainable food system - specifically, linking food producers to consumers, bringing the various See AWARDS, Page 3


DeWITT TWP. — A group of local officials who are trying to promote entrepreneurship in southern Clinton County will honor four local businesses for their contributions in a June 16 ceremony. The awards are part of the Creating Entrepreneurial Communities project now underway in DeWitt, Bath and Watertown Townships, as well as the city of DeWitt. “The intent is to find businesses that

embody characteristics important to the community,” DeWitt Township Manager Rod Taylor said. “They are critical to our economy and our quality of life. We want to celebrate what they add in value.” Four awards will be presented at the ceremony, set for 6-7 p.m. at Hawk Hollow. The award categories are Entrepreneurial Spirit, Contributing to Our Community, Benefitting the Community and Food System. Linda Hundt, a national pie champion who owns Sweetie-licious Bakery and Café

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NEWS IN BRIEF Blood drives to take place in area The American Red Cross has scheduled blood drives for the following dates and times: • Monday, June 13, at the DeWitt District Library, 13101 Schavey Road, DeWitt, from 10 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. • Tuesday, June 28, at St. Peter Lutheran Church, 8990 Church Road, St. Johns, from 1 to 6:45 p.m. Blood donors must be at least 17 years old, weigh at least 110 pounds and be in good general health. For information on a blood drive in any of the 65 counties served by the Great Lakes Region, call 1-800-GIVE LIFE or visit

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The Bath Soccer Club will be holding tryouts for the 2011 fall USSF soccer season on Saturday, June 18, from 10 a.m. to noon and on Wednesday, June 22, from 6 to 8 p.m. Both days of tryouts will be held at the Bath Township Soccer Park off Gary Lane and players are required to attend only one session. Players must be accompanied by a parent or guardian and are asked to bring their own soccer ball and water. Proof of age might be required. For more information, contact Mark Koch at (517) 719-7879.

The DeWitt Fire U-11 boys soccer team won the inaugural Rose City Soccer Tournament held in Jackson June 4-5. The boys won the championship game on Sunday in dramatic fashion, Alan Smith scoring the winning goal with three minutes remaining for a 3-2 win over Ann Arbor United Strike. The DeWitt Fire play in the Capital Area Soccer League. Team members include: (front row l to r) Nolan Greisinger, Evan Lamb, Kyle Feldpausch, Treyton Sleight, Stephen Hostetler, Mark Connelly, Anthony Joseph, (back row) Coach Rob Frenczli, Logan Frenczli, Ethan Hersman, Alan Smith, Cole DeSmyter, Joshua Robinson, Coach Dave DeSmyter. Not pictured are Dannie Ward and Zack Rollis.

The Bath Days Festival committee is holding a Texas Hold’em tournament on Saturday, June 18, at the Bath American Legion, 5840 Clark Road, Bath. Doors open at noon and the tournament begins at 1 p.m. The entry fee is $40 in advance and $50 on the day of event. Purchase tickets by stopping by the COURTESY PHOTO American Legion or by contacting Jennifer at (517) 712-8942. at License Number M65129 For more information about the tournament or the festival DeWitt Farmer’s Market please contact Jennifer Wilson at (517) 712-8942, email meets on Tuesdays The DeWitt Farmer’s Market is or visit us on Facebook or open for 2011. The market meets every Tuesday from 5 to 8 p.m. at the intersection of Bridge and Main streets. County Republicans For information on selling to meet on June 16 items or general market inforThe Clinton County Republican mation, contact Kellie Warner at Party holds its monthly meeting (517) 669-2441. on Thursday, June 16, at 7 p.m. at the Clinton County Courthouse Bath Twp. seeks flag located at 100 E. State St. in St. Johns. All persons interested football coaches Bath Township Parks & Recin joining the county Republican Party or just to learn more about reation is in need of coaches for it are encouraged to attend. For its youth flag football program more information visit the website this fall. Anyone who is interested


The summer location of the Bath Farmers Market is at the James Couzens Memorial Park located on Webster Road across from the Bath Middle School.

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Bath Farmers Market meets every Thursday The Bath Farmers Market is open every Thursday from 3 to 7 p.m. Shoppers will find fresh produce, baked goods, kettle corn, grass fed beef and lamb, fresh Great Lakes fish, ready to eat Mexican and Mediterranean foods, live music and much more. The market accepts Bridge Cards and participates in the Double Up Food Bucks program which doubles Bridge Card values, up to $20, when used to buy Michigan grown fruit and vegetables.


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The DeWitt Junior Panthers football and cheelreading program has started early registration for boys and girls entering grades four through eight this fall. Early registration is $95 and ends on June 30. Late registration runs from July 1-31 and costs $150. To register vist the program website at djp. The link to the 2011 registration forms are located in the upper right hand side of the DJP website. Beginning this year, we have separate online forms to register your football player or cheerleader. Please select the appropriate from to register them on-line. For more information feel free to inquire by emailing or for scholarship information please contact our DJP Treasurer, Shelly Beyer at


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players together and establishing a community kitchen where entrepreneurs can develop products. “There is such a wide interest in the issue of building a local food system, we decided to narrow our focus and start there,” Bath Township Superintendent Troy Feltman said. A new group - the Southern Clinton Council Farm and Food Coalition - held

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community meetings in January and developed topics for a series of focus groups on various aspects of establishing a local food system. The awards ceremony stems from one of the consortium’s other objectives: To recognize existing entrepreneurs. “We’re trying to change that view of traditional paths, that there are other opportunities out there for people,” Taylor said. “There are many people out there who have ideas, but not many of them actually take that next step. We want to show that you can be successful as an entrepreneur.”

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Just who is sacrificing? We hear the phrase “shared sacrifice” frequently being bantered about by both Washington D.C. and Lansing. In reality though, just who is sacrificing? It’s certainly not our politicians! Washington politicians receive full pay during their retirement after merely one term. In contrast, our brave men and women in uniform, who truly sacrifice every day to defend us and to preserve our liberties receive only 50 percent retirement after a whole 20 years of service. Months ago, when there was talk of a federal government shut down our brave men/women in uniform would have gone without pay. However, the politician’s pay would have continued as usual. Many of our children and grandchildren are burdened with massive student loan debt. Did you know that family members of our politicians don’t have to repay student loans? Lansing recently passed legislation requiring public employees pay 20 percent of their health insurance premium. However, the politicians are exempt. Politicians are exempt from the nearly broke Social Security system. They, of course, have a far more luxurious plan to count on. Our senior citizens have not even received a cost of living adjustment in years. So can you

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“When you hear (a call) like that, and you’re close you go,” DeWitt Twp. Police Chief Brian Russell said about the fact that an officer from another jurisdiction responded first. “I wouldn’t expect anything less than that.”

Mardigian, a nine-year veteran, took over lifesaving procedures until other emergency responders arrived, Russell said. Firefighters and paramedics from the DeWitt Township Fire Department and Mercy Ambulance were able to restore the boy’s heartbeat, Russell said. The boy was then taken to Sparrow Hospital. The case remains under investigation.

believe that our elected ‘leaders’ voted for themselves to receive (certainly not earn) a $36,000 a year cost of living increase? Also, our politicians have made themselves exempt from both Obama Care and Medicare. Once again they have provided themselves with a far superior plan. And the monthly per person Medicare insurance premium will almost triple by 2014. These are only just a few examples of the special privileges and tax free benefits our politicians have blessed themselves with at our expense. So the next time a politician says “shared sacrifice,” be sure to ask him or her, “who is the one really doing the sacrificing around here?”

sion incomes? If you can answer yes to these questions then you would have voted the same way Senator Judy Emmons did on these issues and if you were a state senator instead of her you would be the target of a recall effort just like she is. Senator Emmons’ votes were logical, reasonable, and necessary to move Michigan forward. Any recall attempt directed at Senator Emmons for votes she made that were in the best interest of the residents of Clinton County and the people of the state of Michigan is unconscionable. Steve Willis Bath

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The driver, 28, was stopped after he failed to yield to oncoming traffic at State and Wood roads about 11:40 p.m. Police said he had been arrested several times previously DeWITT TWP — A woman was arrested for drunken for the same offense. driving after another motorist - concerned that she might Suspect arrested on warrant crash into something - alerted police. A township officer managed to get behind the suspect A suspect was arrested on an outstanding warrant vehicle and stopped the driver on Round Lake Road, near after police went to investigate a grass fire on June 4. East River, on the afternoon of June 4, township police An officer interviewed the man as a possible suspect said. in the fire and discovered he had a warrant out of Eaton The woman failed sobriety tests and was taken to the County, township police said. The location of the fire was Clinton County Jail. unclear. Ken Palmer

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Entries wanted for cardboard boat race Jeff Baumann Annual Cardboard Canoe Race will be held at the Meadows Celebration: A Blast in the Moonlight. This year’s event will take place at DeWitt Township’s Granger Meadows Park, located south of State Road, between Wood Road and BR-27 on Friday, July 15. Last year for the first time, teams had the choice of constructing their crafts ahead of time or on- site the day of the event. Each team will again have this option. Off-site teams who wish to build their boats in advance can pick up two sheets of cardboard and a roll of packing tape at the DeWitt Township Hall. (Please call the Township at (517) 668-0270 before picking up your supplies to ensure they are ready when you arrive.) Additional packing tape and cardboard will not be supplied, but may be used. No other mate-

rials are allowed. Off-site building can be a group effort, as there is no limit on the number of team members for this category. After assembly, canoes should be brought to Granger Meadows Park the day of the event. Creativity will also win contestants some points. The team with the most creative canoe will win a prize. Teams who choose on-site building should consist of two to four people. Team members will be provided with cardboard, packing tape and a razor knife and will have half an hour to construct their boat using the materials provided. Racing will be conducted in timed heats with the winners determined by the best time. Off-site builds and on-site builds will race in separate heats. The fun begins at 6 p.m. at the east park parking lot. After onsite building, all teams will transport their boats to the Koi Pond for the

races at 6:30 p.m. Each team must contain at least one member who is 18 years of age or older. Individuals paddling the boats must be at least 15 years old (and must have a parental waiver if under 18.) The competition is limited to the first 20 teams and registration by July 8 is strongly recommended. The event is supported by DeWitt Charter Township and DeWitt Area Recreation Authority and is sponsored by Granger with assistance from many area businesses. If you are interested in helping to sponsor this event, please contact DeWitt Township at (517) 668-0270. For additional information, call DeWitt Township at (517) 668-0270, visit the Meadows Celebration Blog at or find us on Facebook by searching for Meadows Celebration: A Blast in the Moonlight.

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The DeWitt District Library has kicked-off their Summer Reading Program. Prizes, incentives, and programs are available for readers of all ages. Summer highlights to mark on your calendar are: TUESDAYS 2:00 pm — Creative Crafts Crafts for children ages 7 years old & older. THURSDAYS 2:00 pm —Read Around the World “Travel” through the continents with stories, crafts, and food from many different countries. THURSDAYS 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm – Teen Gaming Drop-in gaming fun for teens, 6th grade and up. TUESDAY, JUNE 14th 6:30 pm — a2magic Magician Jeff Wawrzaszek will amaze and amuse families with his one-of-a-kind, custom magic tricks. TUESDAY, JUNE 28th 6:30 pm – Acting up Theater Acting up Theatre will present “One Woof, Many Stories,” an interactive original play created for family fun. TUESDAY, JULY 12th 6:30 pm — R.E.P.T.I.L.E. Inc. Reptile expert Michael Brophy and his reptiles from around the world will provide a hands-on, educational family presentation. TUESDAY, JULY 19th 6:30 pm — Stories on Wheels Members of The Lansing Derby Vixens, Lansing’s premier women’s flat-track roller derby league, will entertain families. TUESDAY, JULY 26th 6:30 pm—Sing-a-long with Paul DDL’s Board President Paul Perpich will bring his guitar and lead families through a fun-filled, sing-a-long evening. TUESDAY, AUGUST 16th 6:30 pm — Final Party at Riverside Park The Final Summer Reading Party is open to all children and teens who participated with Summer Reading 2011. —————————————————————————————— Grand prizes and expenses for performers have been made possible due to generous donations from community businesses and funding from the Friends of the DeWitt District Library. Please view DDL’s Wall of Thanks for a list of donors. Additional information available at LJ-0100099323

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A 44-year-old Lansing woman was arrested for drivA motel tenant was arrested for disorderly conduct ing on a suspended license after a traffic stop at Coleman and disturbing the peace after declining officers’ advice Road and Business U.S. 127 on June 2. The woman was to calm down and be quiet. taken to the Clinton County Jail. Officers were called to the unspecified motel about 2:55 a.m. June 1 after the owner told dispatchers the susRepeat drunken driver caught again pect yelling profanities and keeping other guests awake, A DeWitt Township man was jailed for drunken driv- township police said. ing June 3 after an officer saw him driving erratically, The officers suggested he be quiet and go to sleep, but township police said. he did not comply, they said.

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DeWITT — The DeWitt Millennium Garden Club will host the third annual Midsummer Blooms Garden Walk on Sunday, July 10, from noon to 5 p.m., rain or shine. The walk will feature five impressive private gardens. Visit DeWitt’s new sensory stimulating All Kids Playground park where children with and without disabilities can play together. Advance tickets cost $8 and are available at DeWitt Pharmacy, Enchanting Farms Garden Center, Hammond Farms Landscape Supply, Sandywood Gardens, Twiggies, and Van Atta’s Greenhouse & Flower Shop. Tickets will be avail-

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Breakfast on the Farm on June 18 EAST LANSING — The third annual Clinton County Breakfast on the Farm will take place rain or shine on Saturday, June 18, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Jef-Len Dairy Farm, 8592 W. Parks Road, St. Johns. Attendees will be able to enjoy a home-cooked pancake breakfast featuring Michigan-grown and -produced menu items, including farm-fresh sausage from a Westphaliaarea farmer, real maple syrup and fresh fruit. Breakfast will be served from 9 a.m. to noon. After breakfast, attendees can take a self-guided farm tour featuring numerous educational exhibits hosted by local farmer volunteers. From petting a calf to climbing into the seat of a tractor to watching how cows are milked and learning about all the jobs that must be done each and every day on a dairy farm, there will be lots to see and learn. The local farmer volunteers will be on hand to answer any questions or to share their firsthand expertise about farming. You will easily identify them by their Breakfast on the Farm T-shirts.

The Jef-Len Dairy Farm is family-owned by Jeff and Patty Thelen. Its dairy herd consists of 205 milk cows, along with heifers and calves. The herd average, which is the average pounds of milk produced per cow per year, is 28,500 pounds of milk, or the equivalent of more than 3,500 gallons of milk per year. This is an average of a little more than 11 gallons of milk per day. The Thelens voluntarily implement GAAMPs (the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development’s Generally Accepted Agricultural Management Practices) on their farm and prioritize quality animal care. The event is free, but tickets are required to eat breakfast. Free tickets can be obtained from the following businesses: Scoopy Doo’s Ice Cream in DeWitt; Andy T’s, Briggs Library, Clinton County Farm Bureau, the Clinton County Michigan State University Extension office and Greenstone Farm Credit Services in St. Johns; and Pohl Oil in Westphalia.



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BATH TWP. — The Township Board is expected to adopt an ordinance that would allow the township to cut overgrown weeds and grass in medium and low-density areas. The current weed ordinance applies only to platted areas, township officials said. The measure up for adoption on June 20 would allow the township to address problems in other residential areas, officials said.

Township Supervisor Tom Schneider said the changes are intended to close a loophole that prevented the township from cutting an overgrown, unplatted parcel on Webster Road, across from the township cemetery, last year. The home was in foreclosure, and officials discovered they didn’t have authority cut the weeds, he said. The new rules apply to residential subdivisions and “any land of a parcel” within 50 feet of a building. Natural woodlots and areas deemed

rural are excluded from the proposed ordinance. “We feel that this will help cover that loophole,” Schneider said. “We don’t want to make every rural property look like a golf course.” Property owners who violate the ordinance would have to pay for the cost of weed cutting. Under the amendment, violations would be a civil infraction punishable fine of up to $100. That simplifies the current enforcement process, which can involve court action, Schneider said.

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BATH TWP. — Prosecutors were reviewing the facts in a May 26 altercation that left one man hospitalized and led to another man being jailed on an outstanding warrant. As many as six people were involved in the dispute at the Doubleheader Bar on Main Street, which began around 9:30 p.m. with a verbal exchange between a 25-yearold township man and a couple sitting at the bar, police reports said. The dispute became physical after the couple got up to leave and were confronted by the township man and his friend, a 29-year-old township man, witnesses said. The woman involved in the dispute called her son to help them, and the bartender called the owner, who was too far away to respond, the reports said. But no one called police until later. Two of the combatants fled through the

back door as officers from Bath and DeWitt townships arrived, witnesses said. One of them was caught and questioned. The other later returned to the bar, where officers found him in a bathroom and arrested him on a warrant from Gratiot County. The man who had been called by his mother to protect her later sought treatment for various mouth and facial injuries at Sparrow Hospital, the reports said. The case has been forwarded to the Clinton County Prosecutor’s Office.

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DeWITT — DeWitt’s Chad Finley will get his chance to prove his racing skills at one of the NASCAR elite levels at the Michigan International Speedway June 18 in the Nationwide Alliance Truck Parts 250. It will be Finley’s first Nationwide Series race. The 19-year-old 2010 St. Johns High School graduate began racing in the ARCA series for Brad Keselowski Racing two years ago. He had five top-five finishes while racing on a limited schedule for Keselowski. Finley The Nationwide Series is the number two series in the NASCAR ranks, below the Sprint Cup series. Many of the top Sprint Cup drivers have raced in the Nationwide series before moving up to the top series. Last year Finley finished seventh at MIS in a 250-mile ARCA race.


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“MIS is a unique place for me to start out (with Nationwide) because it’s home and I ran my ARCA car there last year,” Finley said. Finley said problems in pit strategy cost him positions. “We had a fast enough car, we just didn’t put ourselves in the right position to win,” he said. When he takes to the track at MIS Saturday, Finley will be racing for Team Rensi Motorsports of Concord, North Carolina. Ironically, Chad’s father Jeff Finley had his Nationwide Series start in a Team Rensi car at Daytona in 1999, finishing 13th. Finley will be driving the red and black number 25 Mustang, one of the “Cars of Tomorrow” used in NASCAR. The engine puts out about 640 horsepower. MIS is one of NASCAR’s superspeedways where Nationwide cars reach about 185-plus mph on the straightaways of the high-banked two-mile oval track. Finley also races on the CRA circuit and has had an eighth-place finish at Toledo and a third at Columbus. The day before his Nationwide debut at MIS, Finley will race at the Dixie Motor Speedway in Birch Run. Finley will take his qualifying runs at MIS Saturday, June 18, starting at 11 a.m. with the race to start at 3:30 p.m. The race is scheduled to be broadcast on ABC.



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basis. Anyone under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian. All equipment will be supplied. Participants may register at the Bath Township Hall or by placing a registration form in the after hours drop box along with payment. Registration forms can be found on the Bath Township Website (, under Parks & Recreation current programs. Bring a lunch for both days.




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BATH — Bath softball had a 3-2 come-from-behind win over Perry to win the Division 3 district crown at Bath June 4. The Bees blasted Lansing Catholic 12-0 in the district semifinal, but Perry refused to go quietly with Bath finally edging the Ramblers in the bottom of the eighth inning, winning 3-2 on a Rambler error. “Perry gave us a run, when we played them in the Softball Classic we hit the ball well and they didn’t,” Bath coach Marc Kibby said about beating the Ramblers 6-1 earlier this season. “We out hit them 10-4 (in

the district final), but their four hits were together and our 10 hits were spread out. We didn’t get the big hits when we needed them. But this team keeps scraping away and they’ll keep coming at you.” Bath managed to tie the Ramblers at 2-2 in the bottom of the seventh inning. After holding the Ramblers scoreless in the top of the eighth, the Bees’ Tracey Adams led off with a single, Ashley Wahr followed with a bunt, but the Rambler infielder threw wide to first base and Hayes scored the winning run. Bath sophomore Amie Pumfrey went 2-for-4 at the plate. Hayes was 2-for-2 and Adams was 1-for-3. In the opener against Lansing Cath-

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Hanses was eighth in the 3,200-meter run with a time of 11:26.50. The 1,600-meter relay team of Josie Yesmunt, Jessica D’Haene, De’Anna Majors and DeSira finished seventh (4:07.81).

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LANSING — DeWitt baseball struggled to score in a 4-1 loss to Holt in the Diamond Classic June 6. The game was a pitchers’ duel between DeWitt junior Austin Rusnell and Holt sophomore Andrew Sabrosky. Rusnell had nine strikeouts. Sabrosky struck out 13. The Rams pulled out to a 3-0 lead in the top of the third inning. DeWitt got on the board in the bottom of the third inning when Zach Acre led off

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CEDAR SPRINGS — DeWitt soccer continues to roll through postseason tournaments, winning the district title with three straight shutouts and then shutting out Mt. Pleasant 3-0 in the first round of regional competition June 7. Erika Goodenough scored the first goal in the regional win over Mt. Pleasant at 30:56 with an assist from Addy

Schaar. Schaar scored the second goal with an assist from Goodenough. Kaitlyn Wegenke scored the final goal for DeWitt with a header off a free kick by Goodenough. DeWitt kept the ball at the Oilers end of the field, allowing only two shots on goal for Lauren Earley to stop. DeWitt claimed the district title with an 8-0 mercy-rule win over Owosso June 3. Goodenough scored twice. Schaar, Wegenke, Radel, Stephanie Twait, Quinn Hanses and Natalie Knauf each had a goal. Twait, Knauf, Stephan, Molly Benton, Goodenough, Schaar, Graciela Noyola and Radel all had an assist. Earley had one save. DeWitt bested Haslett 7-0 in the second round of district play June 2. Goodenough scored three goals and Schaar had two. Knauf and Twait each scored one goal. Callen O’Keefe,


Skorich, Knauf, Twait and Schaar each had an assist. Earley had two saves. The Panthers bested Corunna 8-0 in the opening round of districts June 2. Schaar had three goals. Goodenough and Natalie Knauf each scored twice. Emmalee Skorich booted in the other goal on a penalty kick. Morgan Rajala had two assists. Schaar, Goodenough and Katy Stephan each had an assist. DeWitt fired 25 shots on goal. Earley stopped the only Cavalier shot on goal. The Panthers faced Spring Lake in the regional final June 10 with results too late for this edition. The winner advances to the semifinals June 15 at Grand Rapids Christian to face the winner of the Plainwell regional.

Virginia M. Ackerman

DeWitt Virginia Margaret Ackerman born April 26, 1914 in Shepardsville, Mi to Kenneth and Margaret (Hazel) Cutler, died June 6, 2011 at the age of 97. Mrs. Ackerman is preceded in death by her husband Vernon Ackerman. She is survived by daughters, Karen VanAtta and Nancy Freund; son, Kenneth J. Ackerman (Barbara); 7 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; 1 great-great grandchild and special nephew Bruce Anderson. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 p.m. on Wed., June 8, at the Gorsline Runciman Funeral Homes, DeWitt Chapel, 205 E. Washington, DeWitt with Rev. Fred Nose officiating. The family will receive family and friends on Tuesday, June 7, 5:00pm until 8:00 pm. Those desiring may make contributions to Hospice House of Mid-Michigan, P.O. Box 30480, Lansing, MI 48909-9986 in memory of Mrs. Ackerman. Online condolences may be made at:


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DeWITT — If one were to search the record books of the Michigan Interscholastic Track Coaches Association (MITCA), one would find that the DeWitt High School cross country program was the top program of the 1970s with state championship finishes of sixth (1975), second (1976), first (1977), and fourth (1978). Although the members of those teams will remember many dominating performances of that era, one individual David Wilson, would be a crucial part of three of those outstanding cross country teams that included a Class C state championship in 1977. A 1978 DeWitt High School graduate, Wilson’s athletic prowess and leadership were evident at a young age. Wilson’s mother Rose commented that “David always wanted to help others succeed, and believed that everyone could achieve their best.” This was evident as a high school sophomore, when Wilson would begin his three-year stint as captain of the cross country team, and would go on to letter for three years in basketball, four years in track, captain both teams as a senior, and earn Male Athlete of the Year in 1978.

Wilson began each school year competing in cross country, arguably his best sport. A four-year participant, Wilson would lead the cross country program to three league championships including a 20-0 dual meet record, three regional championships, and three top five state championship finishes capped by a state championship in his senior season. Individually, Wilson was dominant. In his three years as captain, he would break all four cross country school records (three records still stand today) while earning All-League, All-State, and team MVP all three years. Additionally, in his senior year, he would finish first overall with teammate Ron Hensley in both the regional and state meets. When asked about Wilson’s dominance as a runner, Coach Tom Mauro believed the key to his success was his leadership. Wilson’s consistency as a top runner, his ability to fight through illness (ran with mononucleosis at the regional meet his junior year) or his acts of sportsmanship (picking up a fallen Bath runner or finishing hand in hand with a fellow teammate) were just a few of the qualities that illustrated Wilson’s leadership.

Wilson Mauro commented that “his team was very talented, but Dave Wilson’s leadership on the team was almost like having a second coach.” Although Wilson’s greatest achievements came through cross country, he also excelled in basketball and track. As a point guard in basketball, he would help the team to a 14-7 record and third place finish in the Central Michigan Athletic Conference (CMAC) in his sophomore year and would go on to earn the conference scoring title, team MVP, AllLeague, and All-Area 2nd team in his senior season. As a member of the track program, Wilson helped his track teams earn a CMAC championship his sophomore year, and place fourth in the region his junior year. In his senior year, the

track program would enjoy its best season since making the jump to the larger and more competitive Capital Circuit in 1976 with a regional championship and a fifth place finish at the state meet. During that season, Wilson would set three school records that included the mile relay, 880 yard run, and the mile run for which he still holds the school record today. Although Wilson’s athletic success was synonymous with each of the three sports, former cross country coach Tom Mauro believed that his “academic success was his greatest achievement.” Consequently, Wilson would become the first DeWitt High School graduate to earn an appointment to the United States Military Academy at West Point. According to Mauro, DeWitt High School had not been recognized yet by the military academies and “Dave opened the door for other DeWitt graduates to earn appointments,” through his own appointment and later his contributions as a professor of German at West Point. In 1982, his final year at West Point, Wilson would graduate with an engineering degree and also be recognized as the top cadet in physical education in his


Who: David Wilson What: Three-sport star in cross country, basketball, and track at DeWitt High School (1974-1978) Highlights and Accolades: Cross country: Four-year varsity member, three-time captain, three-time MVP, three-time regional champion, state champion in 1977, currently holds three school records; Basketball: Threeyear varsity member, conference scoring leader, MVP, and captain in senior season, All-League, All-Area Second Team; Track: Four-year varsity member, regional champion, MVP, and broke three school records in senior season, currently holds the 1,600 meter school record; First DeWitt High School appointment to the United States Military Academy at West Point.

class. Following graduation, Wilson was appointed to a number of posts in his military career that included teaching engineering for the government in Washington D.C., teaching German to NATO officers while stationed in Munich, Germany, and also returning to West Point to teach German for eight years. Additionally, Wilson would be called into duty in Bosnia to train soldiers on land mine detection. After a 22-year military career, Wilson would retire in 2004 with a rank of Major. Additionally, Coach Tom Mauro commented that while Wilson’s accomplishments as an athlete were outstanding, his contribu-

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June 17th, 8-4p.m. & June GRAND LEDGE-MULTI FAMWoodland Acres Dr., Grand CATHOLIC CHURCH ANtoddler power quad, full 18th, 9-12p.m. Bedding, Ledge off Mt. Hope ½ mile I L Y SALE-1109 & 1115 NUAL RUMMAGE SALE, size keyboard piano, AKC FEMALE YORKIE pups, dishes, toys, kids & plus west of Nixon. DeGroff, June 17 & 18, 9-? 201 E. Cass St. (in the Weider home gym, 21 cu. parents on site. $550. 517size clothing and more!! Dorm-room items, air gym). June 22 & 23, 9freezer, books, household 857-3916 or 517-630-1062 hockey table, scrubs, OLIVET- MOVING SALE, 8p.m. & June 24, 9items & much more super-single waterbed. An1370 Bellevue Hwy., June WILLOW PONDS COMMUN Noon. $2/bag day betiques, preschool curricu17, 18 & 19, 9-5p.m. FurniAMERICAN ESKIMO PUPITY GARAGE/YARD SALES gins on Thursday the Email the Lansing Community lum, arts/crafts supplies, ture, tools, sporting goods, PIES Minis & Toys, shots & Sat. June 18, 10-4. 23rd. Something for evNewspapers 24/7 at: clothes teen-adult, Avon, antiques, household items wormed, $150-$300. Call 7500 Yellow Wood Ln. eryone! toys, furn. & much more. and more!! 517-543-2119. Lansing.

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CKC REG. MALTESE PUPPIES Males, $350. 517-5078628. COCKER PUPPIES AKC $300. AWESOME PUPPIES. 517-726-0368

COCKER SPANIEL PUPPIES! Good colors. $200 & up. Shots, wormed 989-426-3866 Karen. DACHSHUNDS 2 FEMALES, longhaired miniatures, $200. Call 517-643-5974.

DALMATIAN PUPS black & white, 9 weeks, AKC & UKC Registered, Champion lines, Dew claws,shots & wormed, $600. ( 2 6 9 ) 6 7 3 - 2 2 8 2 ENGLISH BULLDOG FEMALE 1 yr old, white in color, housebroke, $900. Call 517899-7066. ENGLISH SPRINGER SPANI E L PUPS AKC, 8 wks. Black & white, $400. Call 517-812-3599, 517-812-3601 MALCHI PUPS-10 WKS. Wormed. $250/each. 517993-2327




GERMAN SHEPHERD PUP. GOLDENDOODLE PUPPIES LAB, AKC, CHOCOLATE fe- POMERANIAN PUPPIES AKC. Sable male. Vet 10 wks., 3 males. Shots & 9 weeks old, shots, dewmale puppy, 1st shots, checked. 1st shot, wormed wormed, $200. Call 517ormed, $275. dews, parents, $400. 517Parents on site, dad 120 857-2187. Ph. 517-212-5231 285-8250. lbs. $400. 517-908-0171. GOLDEN RETRIEVER PUPS LAB PUPS AKC Black fe- POMERANIAN PUPPY MALE GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPAKC, red sable, black face, AKC Vet checked, shots & males. English. shots, PIES 1st shots, dewormed, shots, $300. Call 269-763wormed, $400-$450. Call wormed, kid friendly. Pa9 wks old, black & tan, & 2102. 517-223-9239 rents. $275. 989-386-9034. sables. $275. 989-291-5028. PUGGLE PUPPIES LABRADOR PUPS GREAT DANE PUP Female, 7 wks old, 1st shots & 2 females, fox red, cham3 mos., $500. 810-449-2729. wormed, $250. 989-427pion bloodlines, $800 ea. 3205. Call Joan 517-231-3104 GREAT DANE PUPPIES AKC GERMAN WIREHAIRED wormed & shots 7 boys, 7 MALE BOSTON TERRIERPOINTER PUPPIES Roan & girls, $550 each. 989-6668yr old. In need of loving Liver, 4 males & 4 females, 7527 family and $25 to the right 6 weeks, Beautiful coat home. Good with children, and markings, Champion HUSKY PUPPY BEAUTIFUL house broken, neutered, lines, Excellent hunter, pure bred. (517)647-2775 purebred, female, 10 wks. Good with children, Health or (517)647-4284 old, 1st shots, $300. Call guaranteed, loveable, dam 517-894-3200. on site, pure bred, records, shots, show quality, PUG PUPS- FAWN & Silver RESCUED; wormed, AKC & NAVHDA KITS/CATS Shots Dewormed CUTE! MANY adults declawed; Registered, vet checked$350/up (810)496-3697 www.trinityacresrescue. includes first shots,; includes wormed, dew claws & neuter/basic medical $45SHIH-TZU BLACK & docked tails. Well social$135. (517)410-0074 white,born 4/8, pure ized, love to hunt in the bred,1st shots, vet field and water, very verchecked, wormed, $300. 2 satile. $800.00, ready for $500 MALTEmales left ready for a lovhomes June 12th. Call KITTY - Walter is such a MALTESE special boy! He arrived POOS & Morkies NoShed ing home! (517)285-7195 anyt ime ,(517) 204-3600 last Fall, scared & starving, Toys $375/up 989.225.1367 ( 5 1 7 ) 2 8 2 - 3 3 8 2 , now he is happy, loving & chubby & ready to find his TERRIER PUPS $100 AND forever home. He’s 1-2 yrs, MALTESE PUPPIES cocker spaniel pup $250 black & white, neutered, 1st shots, wormed. Great AKC reg., tiny, beautiful, POMERANIAN PUPPIES shots. Call Annie at 349personalities! No Sunday non-shedding, shots, $350 females, $300 males. 5580 to find out more! $20. calls. 989-584-6192. males $500. 517-749-0255. Call 517-455-2927.



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BREEZE, C H E R R Y , MAPLE & O A K HP DC7600 DESKTOP COMYORKIE PUPPIES TACK HOUSE HOLDS 4 sad- CARESSING PUTER c3.4GHz 1GB RAM Seasoned firewood. DelivDAYLILY AND IRIS Garden. 8 weeks old, 1st shots & dles & several things. $600. 80GB HDD DVD Burner ered & STACKED. 4’x8’x16" 3053 Willoughby Rd., Mawormed, will be small. Call 517-626-1176. Windows XP Pro FREE An517-651-5214. son 517 203-4050. $500. 989-427-3205 tivirus, Office FAST! $120 517.614.8880 THINNING GARDEN Numerous perrenial flowers & shrubbery. Save 90% some are free! 517-622-2866.


U-Pick YORKIES $500 YORKI-POOS & Shorkies NonShed Toys $375/up 989.225.1367

HUHN STRAWBERRY FARMS Grand Ledge/Eagle areas, NOW PICKING!!! For info: 517-626-6608 I-96 W., exit 84. Follow M-100 N. detour.

Garden Machinery 2002 JOHN DEERE 4510, 4WD, 40 HP, lots of attachments available, asking $4400 email me for details / 734732-4513.

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CASH 4 OLD beer/soda/oil cans/bottles, radios, poison/medicine bottles, steel signs, coffee/tobacco tins, tokens/coins, steel banks/toys, glass, salesman samples, doll & war INitems. Price Varies by POOL ACCESSORIES GROUND corner pool steps item. (248)561-5013 $300. 10’diving board $250. 20’x40’ solar cover and 20’aluminum reel with stands $300. 20’x40’ pool leaf net $25. Cordless rechargeable pool vacuum $50. 3 step stainless steel pool ladder $50. 1 hp pool GE WHITE, ELEC. RANGE pump $75. Sand filter with w/smooth, radiant top. selection valving $50. 40’ Self-cleaning, incl. white vacuum hose with manual Kenmore vent fan. $200. sweeper head and exten517-641-4224 sion pole $20. $1000 for all (517)626-6856 (517)4200698 KENMORE 2 yrs old, black Refrigerator. Frigidaire, black gas stove. Smoker, 2 alum ext. ladders, Email the Lansing Community Samsonite wardrobe lugNewspapers 24/7 at: gage. 517-930-4300

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ONONDAGA BERRY FARM Strawberries, U-pick & ready picked. 2590 Gale Rd., Eaton Rapids, MI. 517667-6517 or 517-391-0884.


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MY DISABILITY HAS ended my lawn mowing. I have 2 Craftsman lawn mowers, 1 MINIATURE HORSES VARI rotary, 2 yrs old, $80. 1 OUS colors & ages. ALSO self-propelled, 1 mo. old, Tobiano paint mare. 517- ALFALFA GRASS-EXCELLENT $200. 517-332-3718. 726-0012/517-726-0350 Hay $3 & up. Can deliver. 517-641-6034 NICE HORSES, SOME show qual. Ages 3 and up. Have FRESH GREEN HAY F O R SNAPPER RIDING MOWER rear engine, bag att. inYOUR HORSE Alfalfa, Grass been worked with & had cluded. Stored inside. or Mix. HOLT $3.50 training. $400 and up. 989$1200/best. 517-482-3479 (517)927-4503 772-7911 or 989-330-5298

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330-XI, 2006 $20,995 53K mi. AWD, silver on black, auto. Warr./maint. Excellent condition. 517-347-0244

Chevrolet CHEVROLET UPLANDER LS VAN $8750 2006 62,000. Excellent cond. New tires, brakes. Gold over beige 517 230-4745 CORVETTE 1984 $9500 41,000 actual miles, Classic C-4 original, smooth running cross-fire injection, auto. 989 292-0046

Chrysler-Plymouth $6200 517-625-7793

Dodge DODGE CHARGER 2007 AWD $9900 3.5L high output engine, black, super clean Excellent Cond. 517 282-5555

Ford MUSTANG GT 2004 Like new, 11,000 mi.

$13,250 989-227-8072

TAURUS, 2001 $4995/BEST Low miles, runs excellent. No rust, new tires. Excellent condition. 989-640-7932

Jeep-Eagle GRAND CHEROKEE SRT-8 2010 $40,996 8 cyl, Nav System, Lthr, 15364mi., Red 517-775-8306

Lincoln 2005 LINCOLN NAVIGATOR $17,500 97,400 Ultimate 4x4 Loaded tow pkg. Showroom cond. 517 857-3738

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

Pontiac SUNFIRE 2000 $2800/OBO Red, great shape inside & out, runs super, great gas 989-640-8129 2001 SUNFIRE $4295 2 dr., auto, air, CD, 72K mi., clean, sharp, warranty Mint City Auto 989-640-1899 Email the Lansing Community Newspapers 24/7 at:

ION 2 2005 $5,300 4 cyl, 109500mi, Great condition. Gray 517-420-2221

Sport Utility Vehicles FORD EXPEDITION 2008 $31,000/OBO Eddie Bauer, Nav, DVD, AutoStart, Lthr White, 45Kmi 517-899-9933

Toyota CAMRY SOLARA SLE V6 2002 $9500 Black convert, One owner, Tan Lthr/roof, 83Kmi 517-896-0767

Trucks DODGE RAM 1500 CLUB CAB 2001 $4200 5.9L 4x4, Topper, roll out bed, 240K, NICE Condit 517-882-6253 FORD F250 LARIAT 2010 $43,200 Super Duty Crew Cab 19K mi, brushguard, bedcover 229-347-2997 GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS AKC, shots, wormed, family socialized, parents on site, $350. 269-945-2659.

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

Volkswagen EOS 2.0T 2007 $14,200 4 cyl, Nav System, Lthr 21100mi, Black 810-844-1597

Automobiles Wanted AUTOS & TRUCKS WANTED We will pay top dollar for any unwanted vehicle. Free fast pickup. 517-487-8600. 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

Junk Cars Wanted 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 BUY JUNK CARS Pickup 7 days a week

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2006 PT CRUISER 2.4L 47K mi., sunroof, 27mpg, 5 speed Excellent condition

XKE, 1958 $20,000/BEST 22K ORIGINAL mi., convertible, silver Excellent condition. 517-487-4450


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FLOOR RUG NEW Beautiful designer style, 8x10, $400/best. Was $1,200. 517-574-4820.


POLE BARNS MICHIGAN’S Largest Pole Barn Company (Built Best Barns) Best Quality, Best Service, Best Price. This Week’s Specials Erected 24’x32’x10’$6995.00 30’x40’x10’$8995.00 30’x48’x12’$12,495.00 60’x120’x14’$ 5 5 , 9 6 5 . 0 0 Licensed/Insured 1-877802-9591 MM

Day-Eve-wkend Classes Job Placement Assistance Class B Training (1 day) (517) 887-1600 Train Local Save Hassle

LOVABLE SENIOR CITIZEN Irish Setter Seeking Retirement Home. My name is Copper. I’m 13 yrs old, but with a fun-loving teenager’s spirit.

I’m house-trained, & used to living with men, women, and cats. I like to ride in cars, go on road trips, stay in hotels, etc. My DogMom is willing to be of financial support, should I have any medical issues during my last years . Her commitment to my well-being extends to the end of my life - even if it is not spent with her. If you have a spot in your home where a senior citizen would be welcome, please send me an email, or phone, & I’d be most happy to answer any questions. (517)993-5331


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


PIONEER POLE BUILDINGS Free Estimates. Licensed and Insured. 2x6 Trusses. 45 Year Warranty, Galvalume Steel—19 Colors. Since 1976 #1 in Michigan. Call Today 1-800-2920679 MM

POLE BARNS, BUILT BEST B A R N S , Building Pole Barns Since 1963. Family Owned, Licensed and Insured. Spring Specials on ALL Buildings. 40 year Warranty. 1-877-802-0967 MM

AWESOME 2002 26’ Starcraft Toy Hauler! Sway Bar, electric brakes newer tires and stabilizer included. Sleeps 6. Full bed, table breaks down to full, couch folds down. Stove, sink, fridge-freezer and microwave. Toilet and shower. Central Air. 2 four wheelers fit side-by-side. $8000 obo (517)775-8097.

HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA FROM HOME. 6-8 weeks. Accredited. Get a Diploma. Get a Job! FREE Brochure. 1 - 8 0 0 - 2 6 4 - 8 3 3 0 www.diplomafromhome.c om MM

GunsAccessories NEW UNFIRED S&W X-Bolt, 30-06, match grade barrell, adj. trigger, $350; SAVAGE MODEL 10, fair condition, $225. 989-834-6137

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Schools and Training 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. MM

ATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE from Home. *Medical, *Business, *Paralegal, *Accounting, *Criminal Justice. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. Call 877-895-1828 MM

A AMISH LOG HEADBOARD WINCHESTER MODEL 12 & AND Queen Pillow Top Model 42. Call 989-634Mattress Set. Brand new9826. never used, sell all for $275. 989-923-1278.

Boats and Motors 1989 20 FT. Cuddy Cabin, Full camper, 175 h.p, 4.3 V6 chevy motor, EZ load trailer $5300. 517-819-2431. OUTBOARD MOTORSU S E D 2 through 25HP, some longshaft, some elec. start, 2 line pressure tanks, 517-663-0576

DRIVERS-NO EXPERIENCENO PROBLEM. 100% paid CDL training. Immediate benefits. 20/10 program. Trainers earn up to 49 cents per mile! CRST VAN EXPEDITED 800-326-2778 MC ALLIED HEALTH CAREER TRAINING - Attend college 100% online. Job placement assistance. Computer available. Financial Aid if qualified. SCHEV certified. Call 800-481-9409 MC

MERCY HOME CARE/MERCY HOSPICE CADILLAC FULL TIME PHYSICAL THERAPISTWanted physical therapists that desire: Independent and flexible schedule, ability to see results in patients/in their environment, rewarding career with premium wages! Candidate will have a Physical Therapist license with the State of Michigan and references. Reliable transportation and the ability to act upon client needs without direct supervision is a must. Willing to travel in our geographic region. Minimum of one year experience in rehabilitation and chronic disabilities. Excellent Benefits. New grads welcome to apply! Apply online at: FREE FORECLOSURE LIST m or call Brenda for inforINGS Over 400,000 propermation 231-920-6607 cell. ties nationwide. Low down Mercy Home Care is compayment. Call now. 800mitted to the Mission and 880-2517 MM Values as set forth by Trinity Health. Mercy Home Care is committed to achieving workforce diversity and is an equal opportunity employer. MC

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Business Opport. Self Employment $2,000 MONTHLY Possible Growing Gourmet Mushrooms For Us. Year Round Income. Markets Established. Call-Write For Free Information. Midwest Associates, Box 69, Fredericktown, OH 43019 1-740-694-0565 MM DRIVE THE BIG RIGS! Truck Driver Training. PreHire program, Tuition Reimbursement, No Employment Contracts. Big Bucks driving Big Trucks! HRCD 1 - 8 8 8 - 7 5 0 - 6 2 0 0 MM

A AARDVARK ANTIQUER paying cash for guns, jewlery, furniture, art & A TEMPERPADIC/STYLE unusual & bizarre items. MEMORY FOAM MAT517-819-8700 TRESS SET Queen, newATTEND COLLEGE ONLINE never used, as seen on TV, from Home. *Medical $1,380 WEEKLY GUARAN with warranty. Cost ALL BOAT MOTORS WANT- 2008 HONDA SHADOW 750 *Business *Paralegal, Beautiful silver gray TEED. Stuff envelopes at $1,800, Sell $695. Can DeED Running or not. Please *Accounting, *Criminal w/extras, 4,600 mi. incldg home. FT/PT. No experiliver 989-832-2401. call 517-331-3826. Justice. Job placement asfactory warranty for 1 1/2 ence necessary. Deposit sistance. Computer availayrs, Senior owned. $5,200. required-refundable. 1ble. Financial Aid if qualiLA-Z-BOY WING BACK CASH FOR ANTIQUE Ph. 517-393-2995. 888-206-2616 fied. Call 877-895-1828 reclyner, navy, like new. jewlery, clocks, art work, MM $195. 517-582-7987. musical instruments, light- HONDA GOLDWING 1996, MC ing, advertising, Call John NOW HIRING: Companies Trike conversion. 64,700 517-202-2570. Desperately Need Employactual mi. 2 tone white, ex- AIRLINES ARE HIRING LIV. ROOM FURN: ( 2 ) ees to Assemble Products tras. $16,000. 517-393-2606. recliners, couch, lamps, Train for high paying Aviaat Home. Electronics, CD pictures, carpet, exc. cond. CASH FOR GUNS , Art, Antition Career. FAA approved Stands, Hair Barrettes, ques, Jewelry, musical inBest offer. 517-321-3218 program. Financial aid if Many More. No Selling, struments, Valuables. Call qualified - Job placement Any Hours. 1-985-646-1700 517-204-2004/517-663-3931 assistance. Call Aviation Dept. MI-1530 Institute of Maintenance MM CASH PAID (877) 891-2281. MC 2007 28’ JAYCO travel trailUp to $20 per 100. er, w/slider, air, sleeps 6. Call 517-292-0991 Like new. $12K. ENGAGEM ENT/ W E DDI NG 1444. RING, 1 carat, princess cut OVER 18? A CAN’T MISS center stone, w/many $$$ WANTED ATVS & golf LIMITED OPPORTUNITY TO baguettes & other small carts, 3 & 4 wheelers, run- FIFTH WHEEL 2001 COACHTRAVEL with a successful MEN 28’ Loaded dimonds. 6 mo. old. $2,500. ning, non running, any young business group. w/slideout. Never smoked 517-231-5574 condition 517-857-2998 $$$ Paid training. in or pets. Super clean. Transportation/lodging Must see! $10,000. 517-882WANTED: OLD AMERICAN provided. Unlimited inSCHOOL BUS DRIVERS 8296. MOTORCYCLES AND come potential. Call 1-877We’ll train you to be the PARTS, old brass 646-5050. MC best School Bus Driver for carburetors. Top dollar Special Needs Students. paid. Call Mark 586-855OPERATORS & $11.91/hr after 90days, OWNER POWER WHEELCHAIR Good 9633. MC FLEET OWNERS: TIRED OF split shift required, benecondition, like new, $1900 HIGH FUEL COSTS?! Averfits partially paid with seor best offer. 517-894-3283. age Fuel Network savings niority, CDL required or WANTED OLD STYLE PICof 43 cents per gallon. Earn will train. Must have exNIC TABLE will pay extra over $2.00/mile! 877-277cellent driving history, to have delivered. 517-2818756 pass FBI background 0434 MC check and remain drug free. We look forward to meeting you in person SAWMILLS BODY BY JAKE C a r d i o BAND/CHAINSAW-SPRING Mon-Fri at the following SEE SOURCEADS.COM Cruiser, $50. 517-614-4424. SALE-Cut lumber any diDean Transportation locaOR CALL LCN TOLL FREE mension, anytime. MAKE tions: MONEY and SAVE MONEY 4812 Aurelius Road, PIONEER POLE BUILDINGSin stock ready to ship. Lansing, MI 48910 FREE ESTIMATES-Licensed Starting at $995.00 and insured-2x6 307 Packard Hwy, 45 Year Warranty m/300N 1-800-578-1363 Charlotte, MI 48813. Galvalume Steel-19 ColorsExt. 300N. MC Since 1976-#1 in MichiganBACKYARD SHEDS & MORE 4179 S. US 27 Hwy, Call Today 1-800-292-0679. 989-834-2028 St. Johns, MI 48879 MC


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REAL ESTATE AUCTION Saturday, June 18, 2:00 PM 1005 E. Sturgis St, St. Johns (2 blocks east of Bus. 127 on Sturgis) 1540 Sq Ft., 3 bdrm., Built in 1972. Corner lot, full bsmnt., new furnace. Sold to the highest bidder. Inspect on Sunday, June 5th & 12th @ 2:00-4:00 PM, Tuesday June 7 @ 6:00 PM8:00 PM. Terms: Cash, new mortgage. Sale to be closed within 30 days. $10,000 non-refundable deposit day of sale. Mel White, Auctioneer Lansing,MI 800-229-6092

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LOOKING FOR A summer WINDSOR ESTATES 1974 Windsor, 2 bdrm., 2 full place access to lake & baths, tip out living area, swimming on Crystal Lake, A/C, $3000. 337 Wellington Crystal, MI? Mobile home Dr., Dimondale. 517-525with large sunporch & 0514, 517-655-3274. deck. $4000. 989-875-4319.

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I’ve a bit of arthritis, & HUSKY METAL ROOFS glaucoma, but all-in-all Standing Seam. Metal good for my age. I’m Shingles/Slate. All in neutered, up to date on Stock. Energy Star Qualishots, etc. fied. $1000 Tax Rebate. Largest Inventory in MichiI’m a typical Irish Setter gan. Company Installers. devoted, lovable, sweet, Free Estimates. Since heart of gold. 1975! 800-380-2379. MM

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DeWitt OPEN HOUSE Wed. 6/15 6 - 8 pm Sat. 6/18 1 - 3 pm Sun. 6/26 1 -3 pm Auction 7/10 11 am 3848 Alvin Place 3 bdrm, 2 bath ranch to be sold at auction. Stoll Rd., E. of Airport Rd. to Idylcrest N to Alvin Place. Mark Bruce, Timberland Marketing Consultants, Inc. 517-896-5642.


Your homeLAND CONTRACT based business 10% down 1247 WILDFLOWER Mason schools. 1523 can be listed Sq. ft. new build. 3 BR, 2.5 bath, 2 car gar., in our hardwood & ceramic flrs, AC, realtors directory! welcome. $144,900. 517-290-4829. Aurelius S. of Holt left on Gateway or call LCN toll-free 1.877.475.SELL Waterfront Homes for more HOME BY LAKE MARGRETHE, GRAYLING. information. $229K. 989-348-9726 or 989-390-2418. Looking for extra money

CLINTON COUNTY7.5 acres on Island Rd. Will perk. $20,000 firm. 517-622-0801 leave message.


DEEPDALE CEMETERY- 2 lots in Garden of Love #2. Asking $1,000 each or best. Valued above $1,300 each. 517-889-5637

MASON/DANSVILLE COUN TRY LOTS 3.3 acres in scenic area. Potential walk-outs. Great country EASTLAWN MEMORY GARDENS Okemos- Garden of living, yet close to towns & Commandments, 2 lots, expressway. Columbia & Lot 105B 1 & 2. Asking Hanna Rds. 517-525-1131. $1,200 for both. Current price: $1295/each. Call: 616-516-9758

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We will pay to relocate your home to our community! *$8,500 for double wide *$5,500 for single wide *$199 Starting Site Rent! *Holt School District! *Pet Friendly NO APPLICATION FEES! Contact: Kensington Meadows today as sites are limited! 1-888-605-2237 Expires 6/30/2011 EHO

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Apartments For Rent 1225 WILLOW STREET, Grand Ledge. Newly renovated 2 bedroom unit now available. Close to town and shopping. $495 + Utilities. Call 517-243-1225 Wills Property Management, LLC

1 & 2 bdrm. apts. starting at $425. Utilities included. 645 E. Jolly Rd., Lansing. 517-372-6250

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NOTICE OF FILING OF CITY OF DEWITT ASSESSOR’S PLAT SOUTHEAST WITH THE CLERK OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF DEWITT PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the new completed City of DeWitt Assessor’s Plat Southeast, a part of the NE ¼ of Section 8 and a part of the NW ¼ and the SW ¼ of Section 9, T5N, R2W, City of DeWitt, Clinton County, Michigan, has been filed with the Clerk of the City Council, the governing body of the City of DeWitt that ordered the Plat, as certified by the surveyor and principal officer of the firm which made the Plat. This notice shall be published for three successive weeks in the DeWitt-Bath Review, a newspaper of general circulation in the City of DeWitt. The Plat shall remain on file in the office of the Clerk for 30 days after the first publication. The first publication occurred Sunday, May 29, 2011. After the 30 day period expires the Plat may be approved by the City Council of the City of DeWitt.

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BATH CHARTER TOWNSHIP SYNOPSIS OF THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEETING OF June 6, 2011 Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Supervisor Schneider. Members present were Supervisor Schneider, Clerk McQueen, Treasurer Garrity, Trustees Clark, Curtis and Puttler. Member absent was Trustee Puttler - excused. Also present were Superintendent Feltman, Mrs. Balzer the Clinton County Democratic Party Chair, County Commissioner Stacey and one township resident. ACTION: 1. Approved the agenda with the deletion of the Clinton County Economic Alliance: President/CEO Brian Coughlin from New Business Items for Introduction/Discussion. 2. Approved the consent agenda to receive and file the April 20, 2011 Housing Commission minutes, November 17, 2010, January 19, 2011, February 16, 2011, March 16, 2011, April 20, 2011 minutes of the Park Lake Advisory Board , April 20, 2011 Park Lake Advisory Board minutes, Bath Charter Township Housing Commission 2010 Financial Statement, Consumers Energy Business Solutions Letter, DeWitt Charter Township Letter for Meadows Celebration and Clinton County Drain Office notification for Chateau in the Pines. Approved the payment of the General Fund vouchers #39212#39301 in the amount of $90,294.74, Sewer Fund vouchers #2786-#2802 in the amount of $197,792.21, Payroll vouchers #20627-#20663, Direct Deposits #968-#988 in the amount of $62,492.56. 3. Approved the regular meeting minutes of May 16, 2011 and special meeting minutes of May 11, 2011. 4. Adopted the Board of Water and Light District Agreement for the Meijer Store Project. 5. Approved the 2011 Road Contracts with the Clinton County Road Commission for Center Road from State Road to Coleman Road. 6. Adopted the First Reading of Ordinance #35.03 addressing Noxious Weeds. 7. Approved the Indemnity Agreement and Release for the Infrastructure & Easement Abandonment of property owned by Robert and Virginia Zeeb. 8. Approved the Consumers Energy Street Light Removal Request for Chadwell Road. 9. Adopted the First Reading of Ordinance #65 addressing the Planning Commission. County Commissioner Report - None. Superintendent’s Report - Written and verbal report given. Meeting adjourned at 8:12 p.m.

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5. Seeds spreading to an adjoining property. this Code. Public health, safety or welfare. (2) A parcel of land that is naturally wooded and has plant 6. growth and landscaping consistent with the surrounding neigh- Weeds within platted subdivisions, condominiums and site condominiums shall be destroyed to the depth of the parcel borhood shall be exempt. ORDINANCE NO. 35.03 ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz~!@#$%^&*()_+`1234567890-=,./?;’:”[]\{}| of land or 165 feet, whichever is less. (D) SECTION 78-34 is hereby amended to read: (b) Upon the failure of such parcel of land owner, agent or ocNotice of enforcement. PREAMBLE The authorized township official shall provide notice of en- cupant to destroy such weeds, an agent authorized by the township board may enter upon the parcel of land to destroy forcement action as follows: AN ORDINANCE PURSUNANT TO PUBLIC ACT 359 OF 1941, TO (1) By certified mail, return receipt requested, to the owner, noxious weeds by cutting. Expenses incurred in such destrucAMEND CHAPTER 78, ARTICLE II OF THE CODIFIED CODE OF agent or occupant of land on which noxious weeds are found tion shall be paid by the owner of such lot parcel of land. The ORDINANCES OF 2007, TO SECURE THE PUBLIC HEALTH, growing and shall describe methods of treating and township shall have a lien upon the parcel of land for the SAFETYAND WELFARE OF THE RESIDENTS AND PROPERTY eradicating such weeds and a summary of the provisions of amount of such expense and may enforce the lien in the manOWNERS OF THE CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF BATH, CLINTON ner prescribed for enforcement of tax liens. this article; or COUNTY, STATE OF MICHIGAN, BY THE CONTROL AND REGU(2) The township may publish a notice in a newspaper of gen- (c) In addition to the charges provided in subsection (b) of LATION OF CERTAIN WEEDS AND GROWTH IN ALL DISTRICTS eral circulation within the county during the month of March this section, an owner who fails or refuses to destroy noxious ALONG IMPROVED STREETS WITHIN THE TOWNSHIP EXCEPT that weeds not cut by May 1 of that year may be cut by the weeds, upon proper notice, shall be subject to a civil fine, purTHE RURAL DISTRICT; PROVIDING FOR DEFINITIONS; TO RECtownship and that the owner of the parcel of land will be charg- suant to a civil infraction, of not more than $100.00, which OGNIZE EXCEPTIONS AND TO PROVIDE PENALTIES FOR THE VIed with the cost thereof. Further, the township may cut such fine, when collected, shall become part of the township noxiOLATION THEREOF AND TO REPEAL ALL ORDINANCES OR weeds as many times as necessary, with all such costs to be ous weed control fund. PARTS OF ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT THEREWITH; AND TO charged to the owner. Such notice shall be in substantially the (d) Notwithstanding the penalty set forth in subsection (c) of PROVIDE AN EFFECTIVE DATE HEREOF. this section, railroads violating this article shall be subject to following form: The Charter Township of Bath, Clinton County, Michigan, ora fine of not less than $50.00, nor more than $200.00. NOTICE dains: To owners, agents or occupants of property in the Charter (F) SECTION 78-35 is hereby amended to read: (A) SECTION 78-31 is hereby amended to read: Special property. Township of Bath: The following words, terms and phrases, when used in this arNotice is hereby given that after May 1 of this year the provi- Any easement, abandoned subdivision, strip mine or gravel ticle, shall have the meanings ascribed to them in this secsions of the Weed Control Ordinance of Bath Charter Township pit, public property and such other property to which ownertion, except where the context clearly indicates a different will be enforced. Such ordinance provides, among other ship is not known to the authorized township official, and meaning: which cannot be established, shall be subject to the duty of things, that it is unlawful for an owner, agent or occupant of: Building is any structure having a roof supported by columns a. Any parcel of land in a subdivision in which buildings have the county board of commissioners or department of natural or walls, for the shelter, support, enclosure of persons, aniresources to cause the destruction of noxious weeds purbeen erected on 60 percent or more of the parcels of land; or mals or property. b. Any parcel of land along improved roads in common usage suant to section 4(4) and (5) of Public Act No. 359 of 1941 Weeds includes Canada thistle (Cirsium arvense), dodders in a platted subdivision, condominium or site condominium, to (MCL 247.64(4), (5)). (Cuscuta species other than those considered by the state dea depth of 165 feet or the depth of the parcel of land, whichev- (G) SEVERABILITY. partment of natural resources to be endangered with extincThe various parts, sentences, paragraphs, sections, and clauser is less; tion), mustards (charlock, black mustard, Indian mustard, all es of this ordinance are hereby declared to be severable. If c. Any land of a parcel within 50 feet of a building; being species of Brassica or Sinapis), wild carrot (Daucus to fail to cut or eradicate noxious weeds as defined in the ordi- any part, sentence, paragraph, section, or clause of this ordicarota), bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis), perennial nance. After May 1 of this year, the township or its agents may nance is adjudged unconstitutional or invalid by a court or adsowthistle (Sonchus arvensis), hoary allyssum (Berteroa enter upon the land to cut noxious weeds as often as is neces- ministrative agency of competent jurisdiction, the unconstituincana), ragweed (Amrosia eletior), poison ivy (Rhus sary and charge the cost thereof to the owner and place a lien tionality or invalidity shall not affect the constitutionality or toxicodendron), poison sumac (Toxicodendron vernix), and on such property in the amount of such cost. The lien thus es- validity of any remaining provisions of this ordinance. grasses and/or herbs over six inches in height, allowed to tablished shall be collected in the manner provided for collec- (H) SAVINGS CLAUSE. grow uncultivated, and not intended for ornamental purpostion of tax liens, and charges not paid by September 1 of each All provisions of the Bath Charter Township Zoning Ordinance es. Additionally, trees and shrubs not purposefully planted as year shall be deemed delinquent. In addition, violators may be which have not been amended by this Ordinance shall remain ornamentals, nor being used for reforestation purposes, may subject to a civil fine not to exceed $100.00. Copies of the ordi- in full force and effect. be considered as weeds. Other vegetation that, by resolution nance or other information may be obtained from the Bath (I) REPEALER. of the township board, has been declared as noxious may alCharter Township offices at 14480 Webster Road, Bath, Michi- All ordinances and portions of ordinances inconsistent with so be controlled. this ordinance are hereby repealed. gan 48808, or by calling 517-641-6728. (B) SECTION 78-32 is hereby amended to read: (J) EFFECTIVE DATE. By Order of the Bath Charter Township Board of Trustees. Authorized township official. This article shall become fully effective immediately upon pas(E) SECTION 78-35 is hereby amended to read: The township superintendent shall designate an authorized sage and publication as required by law and shall apply to all Removal and destruction. township official (as referenced in Chapter 2, Article VII, Sec(a) Upon ten days’ advance notice, it shall be the duty of all structures and premises defined in said code within Bath tions 2-202 and 2-207 of the Code of Ordinances) to control all owners, agents or occupants of any parcel of land, excluding Charter Township. noxious weeds and to enforce the provisions of this article. those in Section 78-33 upon which weeds, as defined in section (C) SECTION 78-33 is hereby amended to read: 78-31, are growing, to destroy the weeds within 50 feet of a Exceptions. BATH CHARTER TOWNSHIP building to prevent contributing to: (1) This article shall not apply to weeds in the (R) Rural Dis1. Blight condition. trict and to fields in all Districts devoted to growing any small DBR/TC-928857 6/12, 26/11 2. Fire hazard. grain crop, such as wheat, oats, barley or rye, or in fields de3. Insect, pest and rodent harborage. voted to agricultural production as defined in appendix A of 4. Pollen dust.


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Michigan Zoning Enabling Act and the Township Zoning Ordinance; approving construction, location of streets, squares, parks, playgrounds, public ways, grounds, open space, public buildings or structures within the municipality in accordance with the procedures specified in the Planning Enabling Act, Section 63 (MCL 135.3863); unless exempted by the Township Board, the Planning Commission shall prepare and amend a capital improvement program related to public improvements and structures. The capital improvement program shall be prepared showing the items required by Section 65 of the Planning Enabling Act (MCL 125.3865) and subject to its exemptions; the Planning Commission shall also review and make recommendations concerning proposed plats within the Township. The Planning Commission may also make recommendations concerning land division rules, if said function has been reserved to another agency by Ordinance. SECTION 6. GIFTS AND DONATIONS. Gifts and donations for furtherance of or in connection with the work activities and function of the Planning Commission shall be made to the Township for said purpose. Such a gift or donation may be accepted or refused, in the discretion of the Township Board. A gift of money which is so accepted by the municipality shall be deposited with the Treasurer of the municipality in a special non-reverting Planning Commission fund for expenditures by the Planning Commission for the purpose designated by the donor. The municipal Treasurer shall draw a warrant against the special non-reverting fund only upon receipt of a voucher signed by the Chairperson and Secretary of the Planning Commission and an order drawn by the C Clerk of the Township for that purpose. Expenditures of the Planning Commission exclusive of gifts and grants shall be within the amounts appropriated by the Township Board for the performance of the Planning Commission’s functions. SECTION 7. SEVERABILITY. The various parts, sentences, paragraphs, sections, and clauses of this Ordinance are hereby declared to be severable. If any part, sentence, paragraph, section, or clause of this Ordinance is adjudged unconstitutional or invalid by a court or administrative agency of competent jurisdiction, the unconstitutionality or invalidity shall not affect the constitutionality or validity of any remaining provisions of this Ordinance. SECTION 8. REPEALER. Any ordinances or parts thereof in conflict with the provisions of this Ordinance are hereby repealed to the extent of such conflict. SECTION 9. EFFECTIVE DATE. This Ordinance shall become effective immediately after adoption and publication as required by law. BATH CHARTER TOWNSHIP DBR/TC-928854

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ning Commission existing as of the date hereof shall continue in office for the remainder of their term. The ex officio member of the Planning Commission is not eligible to serve as Chairperson, and the term of each officer shall be one (1) year, and said person shall be eligible for re-election to said office unless otherwise prohibited by the Planning Commission Bylaws. SECTION 2. BYLAWS, RECORD KEEPING AND ANNUAL REPORT. The Planning Commission shall adopt Bylaws relating to the transaction of Planning Commission business and proceedings, and shall create and maintain a public record of its resolutions, transactions, findings and determinations. An annual report shall be made to the Township Board concerning its proceedings, operations, activities and the status of planning activities, including recommendations regarding potential activities by the Township Board relating to planning and development. Planning Commission records shall be made available pursuant to the Michigan Freedom of Information Act (MCL 15.231 et seq). Bylaws previously adopted by the Bath Charter Township Planning Commission shall continue in full force and effect until amended subsequent hereto. SECTION 3. MEETINGS. The Planning Commission by Resolution shall determine the time and place of regular meetings (not less than four (4) meetings annually) to be held throughout the year. Special meetings may be called by the Chairperson or by two (2) other members, unless the Bylaws direct otherwise. Requests for a special meeting shall be made in writing to the Planning Commission Secretary and, unless the Bylaws provide otherwise, written notice of the special meeting shall be sent by the Secretary to Planning Commission members by first class mail, or personally left at the members’ home address not less than forty-eight (48) hours before the meeting date and time. Further, all business of the Planning Commission shall be conducted at a public meet, subject to the requirements of the Michigan Open Meetings Act (MCL 15.261 et seq). Public notice of regular and special Planning Commission meetings shall be given as provided in that Act. SECTION 4. COMPENSATION; EXPENSE REIMBURSEMENT. Compensation paid to Planning Commission members shall be pursuant to a Resolution adopted from time to time by the Township Board. Reimbursable expenses to Planning Commission members shall be as provided by the policy of the municipality relating to such reimbursement to other municipal officials and staff, if any. SECTION 5. DUTIES. The Planning Commission shall perform the duties and functions required and allowed by the Michigan Planning Enabling Act and the Michigan Zoning Enabling Act, including adoption of and amendments to a master plan as defined by Section 3 of the Planning Enabling Act (MCL 125.3803); conducting public meetings, making recommendations and taking actions required in connection with zoning proceedings pursuant to the

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BATH CHARTER TOWNSHIP CLINTON COUNTY, MICHIGAN ORDINANCE NO. 65 AN ORDINANCE TO RE-ESTABLISH AND CONFIRM THE BATH CHARTER TOWNSHIP PLANNING COMMISSION PURSUANT TO THE MICHIGAN PLANNING ENABLING ACT, PA 2008 NO. 33 (MCL 125.3801 et seq) AND THE MICHIGAN ZONING ENABLING ACT, PA 2006 NO. 110 (MCL 125.3101 et seq); TO ORGANIZE AND CONTINUE SAID PLANNING COMMISSION; TO DESCRIBE ITS POWERS AND DUTIES; TO ESTABLISH ITS MEMBERSHIP, TERMS OF OFFICE AND REMOVAL FROM OFFICE OF SAID MEMBERS; TO PROVIDE FOR CERTAIN ADMINISTRATIVE AND PROCEDURAL MATTERS, BYLAWS, COMPENSATION; TO PROVIDE FOR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT AND MASTER PLANS, DUTIES WITH REFERENCE TO SUBDIVISIONS OF LAND AND ZONING; TO REPEAL PRIOR RESOLUTIONS AND/OR ORDINANCES INCONSISTENT HEREWITH; AND TO PROVIDE AN EFFECTIVE DATE HEREOF. The Charter Township of Bath, Clinton County, Michigan, ordains: SECTION 1. MEMBERSHIP, TERM OF OFFICE, VACANCY, REMOVAL AND OFFICERS. A. Appointment. The Bath Charter Township Planning Commission shall consist of seven (7) members who shall be appointed by the Township Supervisor, subject to approval of a majority of the members of the Township Board elected and serving. Members of the Planning Commission shall be representative of important segments of the community which exist at the time of appointment, such as agricultural, natural resources, recreation, education, public health, government, transportation, industry and commerce. Membership shall, to the extent practicable, be representative of the entire geography of the Township. Members of the Planning Commission shall be qualified electors of the Township, except as may be otherwise permitted by Section 15 of the Planning Enabling Act. One member of the Township Board shall be appointed to the Planning Commission as an ex officio member. The term of the ex officio member shall expire with his or her term of office on the Township Board. All other members shall be appointed for three (3) year terms, and if a vacancy occurs the vacancy shall be filled for the unexpired term in the same manner as provided for the original appointment. In addition, a member shall hold office until his or her successor is appointed and existing members of the Planning Commission existing as of the date of this Ordinance shall continue for their individual terms of appointment. B. Removal. The Township Board may remove a member of a Planning Commission for misfeasance, malfeasance or nonfeasance in office upon written charges and after public hearing. C. Term. The Planning Commission shall elect a Chairperson and Secretary from its members and create and fill other officers as it deems appropriate. Officers of the Plan-

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