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MASON — The Mason City Council will continue its temporary medical-marijuana moratorium for another 180 days. The City Council on May 16 voted 7-0 to extend the moratorium on issuing licenses for primary caregiver operations and dispensaries in the city. The Council on Dec. 20, 2010 originally declared a moratorium for 180 days, which runs through June 20. However, it revisited the issue at the April 18 Council meeting, talking about the legal complications of the law and how other municipalities are handling the issue. The Council made no decision at that meeting, but Mayor Leon Clark noted at the time, “Keep in mind the clock’s ticking.” During the discussion at the April 18 meeting, the Mason City Attorney’s Office recommended the moratorium’s extension because of evolving case law and further study of the law. With no discussion, the Council unanimously voted to extend the moratorium last Monday.

Moratoriums common

The Council is not the only one to have extended a moratorium. The Leslie City Council, for example, on April 12 extended its 180-day moratorium until the end of the year. On Oct. 5, 2010, the Council passed the first moratorium, with City Manager Brian Reed explaining at the time that the city wasn’t yet prepared to understand how the

law fits into local zoning. The Williamston City Council’s second 180-day moratorium is set to expire on Aug. 23. The city is considering an ordinance that would restrict caregivers to three industrial zone areas. The draft ordinance is on hold while a committee reviews developments regarding the issue. In a May 17 public hearing, the Williamstown Township Planning Commission unveiled draft rules that would allow registered caregivers to operate either from their homes or from storefronts along the Grand River Avenue corridor. It plans to discuss the draft rules at its June meeting and will send its recommendations to the Township Board.

Law unclear

In 2008 state residents passed an initiative, the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act, which authorized patients to obtain the plant by creating and allowing primary caregivers to grow, possess and deliver limited amounts to patients. Dispensaries have been established in some areas from which medical marijuana can be sold, delivered and dispensed to patients. However, dispensaries currently are in violation of federal law, which is contributing to municipalities’ confusion on how to regulate them. The resolution the Council passed 7-0 on Monday regarding the extension listed several concerns regarding the act. They include the fact that the Michigan Medical Marijuana Act has resulted in primary caregivers combining to form dispensaries in adjacent municipalities in which multiple registered caregivers operate from a single building. This creates situations in which amounts of marijuana greater than the Act would otherwise allow for a single caregiver are being possessed and stored on single lots and properties.

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MASON POLICE REPORT Between May 10-16, Mason police investigated 51 reported incidents involving a variety of activities — both criminal and noncriminal. These are some of those incidents.

or in Madrid, Spain. The officer tracked the telephone number given to the complainant to a land line in Montreal, Canada.

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May 12: An officer was dispatched to an area school where it was reported that a stuMay 10: A Mason resident turned over two dent’s irate parent had been disrupting school hypodermic needles that had been found float- business but had just left. The complainant ing in the Laylin Park pond by her children. stated an incident had occurred between two The complainant stated this was the second students after one had argued with the other’s time such items had been found, and the boyfriend, during which the offended girlkids had retrieved the needles in their fishing friend — fueled by the boyfriend reporting the nets. The needles were secured and will be argument to her — approached and struck the destroyed. other student in the face. While the assailant was being escorted to an office area, the assailant’s parent showed up Contents rearranged and demanded the other girl also be brought May 10: A suspicious situation was reported in, stating, “Let’s go get her.” The officer later on Okemos Street where the complainant located the suspect who admitted to being alleged an unknown person or persons entered in the school, stating he was suspicious his his vehicle while it was in his garage and daughter was about to start a problem after moved things about. Most notable were cigars dropping her off and went inside to stop it. taken from a refrigerator and placed inside the A copy of the report will be sent to the city vehicle. The only item noted missing was some attorney for review of charges for disrupting incense. school activity, and the student’s conduct will be dealt with by school administration.

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Aggravated assault

May 11: Officers responded to a domestic assault where the victim was waiting outside the home while the suspect remained inside. The victim accused the suspect of infidelity, stating that she has to chauffeur him about, and he forces her to drive him to another woman’s house for visits. The victim stated this angers her and when she confronted him with it, he grabbed her around the neck and threw her onto the bed. The victim also claimed at one point the suspect removed his pants and tried to force her to have intimate relations with him, which she refused; but the suspect restrained her by the hair, pushing her about, so that she struck a door jamb and a kitchen counter. She added that when he released her, he struck her in the mouth. Having familiarity with the suspect’s assaultive behavior, and because of past encounters, two officers, two deputies and two troopers went to the residence, where the suspect surrendered peacefully. He was arrested and lodged in the Ingham County Jail. The Ingham County prosecutor has issued charges of aggravated domestic assault and battery.

Of Canadian origin May 11: An officer received an attempted fraud complaint from a Mason resident who reported receiving a phone call from a purported attorney in Spain, claiming to represent her grandson who was in a Madrid jail on drug charges. The complainant stated another man came onto the phone who claimed to be her grandson, was crying and reported needing $3,600 for bail money. Before withdrawing any money to send for the requested bail, the complainant called her son who reported the grandson was not in jail

Tots make escape

May 12: Officers were notified of two 2-yearold children found playing in the backyard of a residence on Maple Run, one of whom was naked from the waist down. Investigation located the mother at a nearby residence where the officer noticed a window screen pushed out from an open bedroom window. The mother was unaware the children where not in their room and was quickly reunited with the exploring duo.

Harassment by hose

May 12: An officer responded to an assault complainant where a parent reported her child was assaulted by a neighbor child. The parent reported her child was threatening to spray the other child with water from the garden house when the other child struck him. The other child stated she was tired of constant harassment by the hose wielder and didn’t want to be sprayed — especially at the risk of getting her cell phone wet — so she hit him. The parent of the second child explained this was part of an ongoing pattern of harassment by the alleged victim’s family and she was trying to move her family from the area but couldn’t for financial reasons. She agreed to have her daughter stay away from the other child to avoid problems. The complainant thought any request for her son to keep away the alleged assailant and cease his actions was unreasonable. She wanted to prosecute and if needed, she would “turn (her son) loose” if the girl kept this up. The officer recounted an ongoing series of complaints involving the two, which originated in assault allegations naming the hose holder as the suspect, and the girl as the victim. The matter is closed.

Many citations given May 12: An officer stopped a car on Cedar Street for an equipment violation. As the stop was made, the officer quickly ascertained it was following another vehicle that was in front of it. That vehicle also stopped. Contact with the suspected offender found he was driving while suspended and the car was owned by the driver of the vehicle he was following, who also was suspended and wanted by the Lansing Police Department. The officer was informed the pair was on their way to a prearranged meeting point where they could make a visitation with the child they shared. The first driver was released after being issued citations for driving while suspended, improper display of a registration plate and no proof of insurance. The second driver was cited for driving while suspended and was arrested and turned over to Lansing Police officers on the warrant. A licensed driver was called to take possession of both vehicles.

Garden by flashlight

May 12: Suspicious activity was reported in the Community Garden on N. Jefferson St. A witness reported seeing a man in the garden after dark using a flashlight and accompanied by a small dog. The officer found nothing obviously out of place but did notify the appropriate responsible party at City Hall about the incident.

Bicycle missing

May 13: The theft of a bicycle was reported in the 800 block of Eaton Drive. The victim stated he left his bicycle at his friend’s house after forgetting it and when he went to retrieve it, it was gone. The missing bike is a red 20-inch BMX Mongoose with a black Schwinn bag attached. The victim has no suspects.

No assault prosecution

May 13: Officers responded to a domestic where the complainant reported her former boyfriend was on the front porch and wouldn’t leave. Officers found the pair arguing on the porch and immediately saw the trespassing suspect had blood from apparent scratches on his face and a cut and swollen lip. The pair agreed the argument was over alleged infidelity and that the complainant had struck the suspect as a result. As is the procedure in domestic violence cases, the complainant was arrested for domestic assault, taken to the Ingham County Jail and lodged. The following day the Ingham County Prosecutor’s Office denied the warrant, citing the victim’s unwillingness to prosecute.

Fraud alleged

May 13: A Mason resident came into the police department to report an attempted fraud. The complainant stated she responded to a Craig’s List posting advertising for a care worker. However, she became suspicious when See MASON POLICE REPORT, Page 4


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the person responsible for the posting could not answer her questions about the needs of the person needing care. She became convinced this was an attempt to induce her into a fraud when the poster stated he was sending her a check to cash, some of which she was to keep, and the majority balance she was to send to a woman in Colorado. The complainant reported she severed ties with the suspect, but the check still arrived, registered mail, as promised. Instead of following directions, though, she brought the check and turned it over to the investigating officer. The matter remains open.

had been consuming the nice cold beer found on the floor behind her seat, claimed ownership of the marijuana joint the driver had in her pocket, was not a medical marijuana user and was wanted for multiple fail to appear warrants in Gratiot County. The driver was arrested and charged with driving under the influence of drugs, and a search warrant was executed for blood samples. The passenger was arrested on the multiple warrants and cited for open intoxicants. Both were taken to the Ingham County Jail and lodged.

Attempted theft reported

May 16: An officer received an attempted theft by fraud complaint from a Mason resident. The complain-

Assault charge issued

May 14: Officers were dispatched to a domestic assault in progress after a neighbor reported seeing a male drag a female into a house. Officers located the pair at their home and investigated, finding a large bruise on the victim’s upper arm. It turned out the couple argued because the suspect was trying to exit the relationship and leave. The victim ran out of house and the suspect followed her, forcing her to return. Although the apparent injury was supposedly inflicted four days prior during another assault by the suspect, the victim reported that this date she was grabbed by the arms and dragged into the house by the suspect. The officers found more injuries on the victim to substantiate her allegations, and the suspect was arrested for the domestic assault. The following day the Ingham County Prosecutor’s Office issued a charge of domestic assault.

Stop yields arrests

May 15: While patrolling late in the evening, an officer came upon a car stopped at an intersection, waiting for a yellow flashing light. The officer stopped behind it, and after a short time had passed, the car and driver continued on. The officer then pulled it over. Contact with the driver found she was the designated driver for the intoxicated passenger, even though she did not have, nor had she ever had, an operator’s license. In addition, the officer found that although the driver had not consumed alcohol, she had been consuming marijuana, still had one joint she claimed belonged to the passenger and was not a medical marijuana user. The officer also discovered the intoxicated passenger

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Thank you, Mason, for your great support of the 2011 Mason State Bank 5K Run/Walk. More than 870 hardy runners competed in the Mason State Bank 5K Run/Walk, one-mile run and 100-yard dash. The race committee thanks our sponsors: Mason State Bank, Mason Public Schools Foundation, Mason Area Chamber of Commerce, Playmakers, Great Harvest Bread, Showtime Rental, Spartan Barricading, Action Printing, Dart Container Corporation, Lansing-Mason Area Ambulance, Wendy’s of Mason, T-shirt Design by Mitch, Healthy & Fit Magazine, TechSmith, Courthouse Pub, Biggby’s, Consumer Services, Inc., Hair Express, Kiwanis International, The Daily Scoop, ReFocus, LLC and MIentertainment Radio. Mason State Bank, Mason Public Schools Foundation, Mason Public Schools and the Mason Police Department provided support and volunteers

that make this community-wide event great fun. Lynne Mark of the Mason Police Department and Jim Duthie from the city of Mason deserve special thanks for their efforts in making this a great community event. And thank you, Mason, residents for allowing us access to your neighborhood street during the race. A total of 100 percent of the net proceeds benefit Mason Public Schools. The Mason Public Schools Foundation has partnered with the district to help fund their Mason Technology Infusion Project. We have pledged to donate $30,000 annually for the next five years in support of their campaign to purchase Smart Boards, Data projectors and other technology for every classroom in the district.

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The Ingham County Community News recently published an article about the school board

proposal to cut the Mason band program from two full time band directors to one and a half. Band parents, students and other supporters have spoken at the last two Mason Board of Education meetings to support retaining two full time directors. The reasons are myriad, from higher overall test scores in school, particularly in math, to the long and distinguished tradition the Mason band program contributes to the students and to the community. High school director Beth Bousfield and middle school director Amber McRay routinely begin their days at 6 a.m. This isn’t when they get up; this is when they unlock the doors and prepare to teach jazz band, an activity that is not part of the academic day. Fifty students arrive at McRay’s band room to begin tuning up at 6:30. Fifty. They are committed to an extra-curricular activity before school because there are so many competing priorities after school. There are also 50 “chauffeurs”

up and out the door to get their musicians to rehearsal on time. Students participating in the high school jazz band were so numerous that Bousfield had to split them into morning and afternoon groups. These women direct the symphonic, concert and marching bands, the eighthgrade Bulldog band, the two seventh-grade bands and the sixth-grade bands, often coteaching to maximize performance, not to mention time spent preparing for district and state solo and ensemble festivals. Losing “one half” of McRay would severely hinder the progress these programs have made. That the high school jazz band performed at the Mason School Foundation fundraiser speaks to their caliber. The symphonic band was so good that they earned division one ratings at the district level. This doesn’t happen by accident. I am convinced that if they competed at state, there would be a sign at our city limits stating “Mason High School Symphonic Band,

State of Michigan Division I, 2011,” as there are for sports teams that have made great achievements. But because the program is so accommodating to other extracurriculars, particularly sports, the band was not able to travel to state competition. Imagine just one day without music. No movie soundtracks, no suspenseful music on your favorite TV shows, no radio stations, no iPods. Imagine a football season or a holiday parade without a good marching band. And what about “Thursday Night Live” performances? I work at MSU, and universities too face deep budget cuts, but can you imagine a Spartan football game with a mediocre Spartan Marching Band? We realize the school board has a difficult task, but why cut something that contributes to the overall quality of life in “Hometown America?” We support the Mason bands — it takes two.

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The North Aurelius Elementary School staff invites the community to a retirement party for Gina Stanley from 4-6 p.m. Tuesday, June 7 in the school library. Stanley has worked for Mason Public

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The Mason Optimist Club 2011 Youth Sports Event will be held from 9 a.m.-4 New Leslie Aspire Scholars will be p.m. Saturday, June 11 at Burchfield St. James Catholic Church, 1010 S. Lan- inducted in a ceremony at 7 p.m. Tuesday, County Park in Holt for ages 4-16. sing St., will hold a rummage sale from 9 May 31 in the Leslie Middle School cafeteRegistration is from 8-9 a.m. Free ria. The program consists of three major lunch will be served to all participants. components: college assistance, mentoring and success training.

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Craft a duct tape creation To help us kick off this year’s Summer Reading Program, we have a special duct tape craft workshop scheduled for teens and tweens in grades 4-12. At 3 p.m. Monday, June 13, they’ll learn how to make items like a wallet, purse or cell phone holder entirely out of duct tape! Pizza, pop and ice cream sundaes will be provided. Registration is required, so call the library at (517) 628-3743. For preschoolers, we start things off with a special storytime based on our multicultural theme, “One World, Many Stories.” Bring your child in at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, June 8. Then come back for our first family show of the summer-the Acting Up Theatre Company’s performance of “One Woof, Many Stories” at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, June 15. After that, we’ll have special summer events and

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MASON — Mason Public School’s Early Learning class is carried on a great tradition in late April by performing a circus, a program performed by many Mason kindergarten and Early Learning students for more than 20 years. Sue Cousins’ Early Learning students have been honored to host the circus since the retirement seven years ago of the late Margaret Brown Doolittle from Mason Public Schools. Doolittle had been actively involved in helping with the circus since her retirement, but this was the first circus without her. Doolittle passed away her memory. The circus honor of the dedication she enjoyed performing it and this winter, but the circus has been renamed “Doolit- had given to the circus and the parents who watched. tradition continues on in tle’s BIG TOP Circus” in all the students who have — From Mason Public Schools

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Mason junior Katie Smith lets a shot fly during the Bulldogs’ 3-0 win over Battle Creek Lakeview in the girls soccer regular-season finale on May 16. ALAN HOLBEN/FOR LCN

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into the open net to make the final score 3-0. Previously, Mason wrapped up the CAAC Red title with two wildly dissimilar wins, a tough 1-0 win at Jackson Lumen Christi, in what was the de facto league championship game on May 10, and a formality of a league finale, 12-0 over Sexton at home on May 12. “It was awesome to win the league,” Hursey said. “It was great for our seniors. We’ll cherish that, and then head on to the Cup and look forward to the tournament in a few weeks.” The CAAC Gold Cup tournament began with the Bulldogs facing East Lansing on May 19, after this paper went to press. The winner of that game will play either Williamston or Holt in the Cup semifinal on Tuesday, May 24, for the right to face either Okemos, DeWitt, Eaton Rapids or Lumen Christi in the CAAC Gold Cup final on Thursday, May 26.

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ished its girls soccer season with a record of 14-2-1, and on a six-game winning streak, the last of which was a 3-0 win over Battle Creek Lakeview on May 16. Kaleigh Lound scored twice and Sam Houchlei had the other Bulldog tally in a game that was never really in doubt. Mason head coach Christy Hursey said that she liked what she saw, as her team prepares for the CAAC Gold Cup. “I thought we played really well today,” Hursey said. “I thought we connected a lot better, we finished a lot better, but we still have some things to improve before the Cup next week.” Mason dominated possession from the outset, but didn’t create many good scoring chances until the last 15 minutes of the first half, when Abby Meirn-

dorf sent an inch-perfect through ball into the path of Houchlei on the left wing. Houchlei deftly pulled it back to her right foot and blasted the ball inside the far post to make the score 1-0. The two almost combined for a second goal three minutes later, when a Meirndorf corner kick was blasted off the near post by Houchlei, but Mason did get the second goal soon after. Lound ran on to a long ball, turning on the afterburners to race past a helpless Lakeview defender, putting it past the onrushing keeper with one touch and slotting it home with the second, making the score 2-0 with 6:28 left in the half. Lound finished off the scoring with 16:48 left in the game, when Jordan Young sent her into the Lakeview penalty area with a diagonal ball. Lound again beat the keeper to it, and rolled it

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MASON — Mason went into its Division 3 girls tennis regional with a bit of momentum, after winning its third CAAC Red championship in the past four years, and their second consecutive outright title. The Bulldogs swept the league dual matches, and tied with Jackson Lumen Christi atop the league tournament, which Lumen hosted on May 12. Mason won all four singles flights, with Emily Hall, Jessica Swanson and Stephanie Norgaard taking flights two through four, respectively. Seniors Brianna Fassezke and Huntar Martin won the second doubles title and Jessi Blask and Alanna Kulhanek took first-place points in third doubles for the Bulldogs. The team will also go in as underdogs to win the regional, behind the tournament host, Haslett, according to Mason coach Jim D’Angelo. “They’re the favorites going into the regional.

his team an idea of what they needed to do to beat Haslett, possibly the best team in the area this season. “It was important, because we wanted to see where we stood against them,” he said. “We knew that they’re very, very good, we knew that the depth of their singles is better than the depth of our singles overall. “Our singles are good, but their singles is unbelievable.” The regional was held on May 19, after this paper went to press. On paper, the Bulldogs were favored to finish in the top two in the tournament and qualify for the state finals, but D’Angelo is careful not to take anything for granted. “I wouldn’t say that we feel comfortable,” he said. “You just never know. “If you have an off day things can go wrong and you can lose some matches you think that you might have won on paper. “You still have to make it happen.” If Mason did finish in the top two, they will play in the state finals at Kalamazoo College on June 3-4.

As a four-year varsity letter winner, Emily has helped her teammates to a 22-2 dual meet record over the past four years. She is the girl’s track team’s top pole vaulter and 400 runner, and she anchors the mile relay team. At the Bay City Western Invitational, Emily topped her own school record in the pole vault, making a height of 10 feet. She is also a team leader and very versatile, having competed in half of the available events in track and field at various times.

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OKEMOS — The 5K4TJ Run/Walk to raise money for eating disorder research and to honor a Mason woman’s son will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, June 4, at Kinawa Middle School. TJ Warschefsky, an Okemos High School student-athlete, died doing situps in his apartment at dental school after battling anorexia for more than eight years. Warschefky’s dental student friends sent his mother a $1,000 check to start an annual 5K4TJ. Last year, because of this race, a golf outing and

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LANSING STATE JOURNAL $$ EARN EXTRA $$ NORTH LANSING AREA $700.00-$900.00 PER MONTH The Lansing State Journal is accepting applications for an established city routes in the north Lansing area. The delivery times average only 1 1/2 hours daily and 2 1/2 hours Sunday between the hours of 3:00 am and 7:00 am. You must live in the north Lansing area. If you would like more information, please contact Shawn Withers at (517) 377-1045 or swithers2 @lsj.com.

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#13, Lansing, Michigan 48823, a unit in Brentwood Park Condominium as established by Master Deed in Liber 2999, Page 61, as amended, Ingham County Records, subject to, in accordance with, and together with all rights, privileges, duties and restrictions imposed, reserved or granted in said Master Deed, and also subject to easements and restrictions of record. The redemption period shall be six (6) months from the date of such sale, unless the property is determined abandoned in accordance with MCLA ’600.3241a, in which case the redemption period shall be thirty (30) days from the date of sale.

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Dated: May 18, 2011 By: Wendy S. Hardt, P45493 Attorney for Lien Claimant 4265 Okemos Road, Suite G Okemos, Michigan 48864 (517) 349-7610 ICCN-924068 5/22, 29/11-6/5, 12, 19/11 NOTICE OF MORTGAGE SALE FOSTER, SWIFT, COLLINS & SMITH, P.C. IS ATTEMPT ING TO COLLECT A DEBT AND ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE. PLEASE CONTACT OUR OF FICE AT THE NUMBER BE LOW IF MORTGAGOR IS IN ACTIVE MILITARY DUTY. DEFAULT having been made in the conditions of a certain Mortgage made on March 18, 2004, by Ellen C. Reibeling, a single woman, as Mortgagor, given

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day January, 2005, in the Office of the Register of Deeds for said County of Ingham, as document 2005-003718, and WHEREAS, the amount claimed to be due on said mortgage as of the date of this notice is the sum of Fifty-four thousand three hundred forty-two dollars ($54,342.53) for principal and interest and, WHEREAS, no suit or proceedings at law or in equity have been instituted to recover the debt secured by said mortgage or any part thereof, and default having been made whereby the power of sale contained in said mortgage has become operative. NOW THEREFORE, by virtue of the power of sale contained in said mortgage and pursuant to the statute of the State of Michigan in such case made and provided, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on THURSDAY the 23rd day of June, 2011, at 10:00 o’clock in the forenoon, local time, said mortgage will be foreclosed at a sale at public auction to the highest bidder at the first floor of the Courthouse, downtown Mason, County of Ingham and State of Michigan (that being the place of holding Circuit Court in said County), of the premises de-

County), premises scribed in said mortgage, or so much thereof as may be necessary to pay the amount due, as aforesaid, on said mortgage with the interest thereon at Seven and one half percent (7.5%) per annum and all legal costs, charges and expenses, including the attorney fee allowed by law, and also any sums which may be paid by the undersigned, necessary to protect its interest in the premises. The premises described in said mortgage are as follows: Property situated in the City of Leslie, County of Ingham, State of Michigan, to wit: Lot 7, Block 12, original plat of the City of Leslie, Ingham County, Michigan, according to the recorded plat thereof as recorded in liber 37 of deeds, page 504, Ingham County Records Commonly known as: 116 Covert, Leslie, MI 49251 The redemption period shall be 6 months from the date of such sale, unless determined abandoned in accordance with MCL 600.3241a in which case the redemption period shall be 30 days from the date of such sale, or upon the expiration of the notice required by MCL 600.3241a(c), whichever is later.

Legals Attorneys Mortgagee 313 S. Washington Square Lansing, MI 48933 (517) 371-8100

MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION SITUATED IN THE CITY OF of East Lansing, Michigan, LANSING, COUNTY OF Mortgagee INGHAM, STATE OF MICHIGAN: ICCN-916237 4/24/11-5/1, 8, 15, 22/11 The Southeasterly 5.0 feet in width of Lot 149, and Lot 148, Village Green SubdiviNOTICE OF MORTGAGE sion No. 2, City of Lansing, SALE Ingham County, Michigan, as recorded in Liber 28 of WHEREAS, default has Plats, Page 18, Ingham been made in the terms and County Records. conditions of a certain mortgage made by Brent W. Commonly known as: 1310 Vickers, a single man MortW. Northrup St., Lansing, gagor, to Michigan ResidenMichigan 48911. tial Mortgage Services, Inc., a Michigan corporation, The period Mortgagee, dated the 30th within which the above day of July, A.D., 2001, and premises may be redeemed recorded in the Office of the shall expire six (6) months Register of Deeds for the from the date of sale, unless County of Ingham and State determined abandoned in of Michigan, on the 8th day accordance with M.C.L.A. of August, A.D., 2001, in Sec. 600.3241a, in which Liber 2910 on Page 828 case the redemption period (document 2001-040903), shall be 30 days from the which after mesne assigntime of such sale. ment said mortgage was thereafter on, to wit: the 1st Dated: April 22, 2010 day of January, A.D., 2005, assigned to the AmeriHome FOSTER, SWIFT, COLLINS & Mortgage Corporation, a SMITH, P.C. Michigan corporation, and Benjamin J. Price said assignment was reAttorneys for Mortgagee corded on the 17th day of

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Dated: May 15, 2011. AmeriHome Mortgage Corporation, assignee of mortgage. CHARLES A. FORREST, JR. Attorney for AmeriHome Mortgage Corporation 703 E. Court St., Flint, MI 48503 Telephone: (810) 238-4030 THIS FIRM IS A DEBT COLLECTOR ATTEMPTING TO COLLECT A DEBT. ANY INFORMATION OBTAINED WILL BE USED FOR THAT PURPOSE

May 22, 2011

Legals woman, Mortgagor, given by her to Michigan State University Federal Credit Union, of 600 East Crescent Road, East Lansing, Michigan 48823, as Mortgagee, and recorded on April 19, 2004, in the office of the Register of Deeds for Ingham County, Michigan, in Liber 3103, Page 224; on which Mortgage there is claimed to be due and unpaid, as of the date of this Notice, the sum of SeventyFour Thousand Nine Hundred Ninety-Nine and 72/100 Dollars ($74,999.72); and no suit or proceeding at law or in equity having been instituted to recover the debt or any part thereof secured by said Mortgage, and the power of sale in said Mortgage having become operative by reason of such default;

BOARD OF TRUSTEES SYNOPSIS OF PROPOSED MINUTES Regular meeting, May 11, 2011, 6:00 p.m.

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NOTICE TO CREDITORS Decedent’s Estate/Trust Estate/trust of Barbara A Carlson, Deceased. Date of birth:July 20, 1942 NOTICE TO CREDITORS: The decedent, Barbara A Carlson, who lived at 6330 Pine Hollow Drive, East Lansing, MI 48823 died April 28, 2011. Creditors of the decedent

NOTICE LESLIE TOWNSHIP RESIDENTS

DELHI CHARTER TOWNSHIP INGHAM COUNTY, MICHIGAN NOTICE OF INTENT TO ADOPT TOWNSHIP ORDINANCE NO. 32.1

5/22/11

Sheryl Feazel, Clerk

AS OF JUNE 1, 2011 WE WILL BEGIN PHOTOGRAPHING PROPERTIES INSPECTIONS 15-21 TO UPDATE TOWNSHIP RECORDS. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL THE LESLIE TOWNSHIP BUSINESS OFFICE AT 589-8201. SHERYL FEAZEL LESLIE TOWNSHIP ASSESSOR ICCN-923295

5/22/11

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Hobbs+Black Associates, Inc. 117 E. Allegan St. Lansing, Michigan 48933 Sealed bids from General Contractors for the Project must be received by Owner at Capital Area Career Center, Room 605, 611 Hagadorn Road, Mason Michigan 48854 by June 7, 2011 at 2:00 p.m., where they will be publicly opened and read aloud. Bids received after this time will not be considered or accepted. Bids must be accompanied by a sworn and notarized Familial Disclosure Statement disclosing any familial relationship between the Owner or any employee of the Bidder and any member of the District’s Board of Education or Superintendent. The project consists of approximately 107,000 sq. ft. of roof replacement. This project requires Federal Wage Rates per the Davis-Bacon Act. Complete Project details, contact information, drawings, specifications and addenda may be obtained on or about May 16, 2011 from www.bid4michigan.com. A Non-Mandatory Pre-Bid Meeting will be held at the Project site at 10:00 a.m., Thursday, May 26, 2011. ICCN-923343

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CITY OF MASON ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The Mason Zoning Board of Appeals will conduct a public hearing on Wednesday, June 8, 2011, at 5:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as possible, in the second floor training room at City Hall, 201 West Ash Street, Mason, MI. The purpose of the hearing is to take public comment on a request for multiple variances regarding property located at 402 North Street to allow the demolition and reconstruction of the existing Avery Oil and Propane Inc. offices. The applicant is requesting a variance of 30 feet from the 60-foot front yard setback, a variance of 17.85 feet from the 20-foot side yard setback, and a variance from the maximum lot coverage allowed (50 percent) to be permitted to cover approximately 89.7 percent of the lot. The setback and lot coverage requirements are listed in Section 94-121(c)(1)a and Table 100-1 of the Zoning Ordinance. The property is legally described as the following: Commencing on the North line of North Street at a point 100.3’ West of the centerline of the main track of the Saginaw Branch of the Michigan Central Railroad (now known as the Chessie System), said point being further described as being 52 2/3 rods east of the N/S 1/4 line, of Section 5, T2N, R1W; thence N18d57’W 105.2’; thence N89d11’W 114.87’; thence North 132.8’; thence East 70.6’ Deed, 68.80’ Measured; thence N13d08’W, 15.0’; thence N89d42’W, 3.0’; thence N0d21’W, 109.0’; thence N62d32’E 16.1’ to a point 39.65’ from the centerline of said main track of said Railroad; thence S18d57’E parallel with the centerline of said main track 368.0’ Deed, 386.1’ Measured to the North line of said North street; thence West on said North line of North Street, 58.5’ to the point of beginning. Contains 0.66 acres, more or less, and subject to all easements and restrictions of record. The application may be publicly inspected Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the Zoning & Development Department at City Hall, 201 W. Ash Street, Mason, MI 48854. The Zoning & Development Department may be reached at (517) 676-9155. Written comments will also be received at City Hall. Deborah J. Cwiertniewicz, City Clerk ICCN-923551

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PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the following proposed Ordinance No. 32.1 was introduced for consideration and adoption before the Township Board on the 17th day of May, 2011. PREAMBLE AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE DELHI CHARTER TOWNSHIP CODE AND SPECIFICALLY SECTION 10-118 AND DELHI CHARTER TOWNSHIP ORDINANCE NUMBER 32 ARTICLE II, SECTION 2.1 THEREOF RELATING TO DISCHARGE OF FIREARMS, WEAPONS AND DEVICES IN CERTAIN AREAS OF THE TOWNSHIP; TO PROVIDE PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION OF SAID SECTION; AND TO PROVIDE AN EFFECTIVE DATE HEREOF. The Charter Township of Delhi, Ingham County, Michigan, ordains: SECTION I. AMENDMENT OF CODE SECTION 10-118 ENTITLED "DISCHARGE, POSSESSION OF WEAPONS BY MINORS" AND ORDINANCE NO. 32, ARTICLE II, SECTION 2.1. Code Section 10-118 entitled "Discharge, Possession of Weapons by Minors," and Ordinance No. 32, Article II, Section 2.1, shall be and are hereby amended to read as follows: Discharge of Firearms and Other Weapons and Devices. a. No person shall fire or discharge any firearm, including B-B or pellet guns, slings, slingshots, or bows and arrows (including cross-bows) within or into any residential platted area of the Township, residential condominium development, property zoned or used for multiple residential use, school property, and parks or other public property which are located north of the Urban Service Boundary as presented on the official Future Land Use Map which is a part of the Delhi Township Master Plan. The foregoing prohibition shall not apply to any law enforcement official, persons discharging such devices in self-defense, or any supervised recreational program conducted by a certified instructor. Violation of this section shall be a misdemeanor, punishable by a fine of up to Five Hundred and no/100 Dollars ($500.00), imprisonment for up to ninety-three (93) days, or both such fine and imprisonment, plus costs as determined by the Court. The Township Board will hear proposed Ordinance No. 32.1 for adoption on Tuesday, June 7, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. in the Multipurpose Room, Community Services Center, 2074 Aurelius Road, Holt, Michigan. Evan Hope, Township Clerk HCN/ICCN-923515

STATE OF MICHIGAN COUNTY OF INGHAM

Members absent: Wade Approved 04/13/11 & 04/20/11 minutes Received Treasurers report on fund balances as of 4/30/11 Approved disbursements in the amount of $25,039.53 Adopted Resolution 10-11-9 - Supervisor salary (no change) Adopted Resolution 10-11-10 - Clerk Salary (no change) Adopted Resolution 10-11-11 - Treasurer Salary (no change) Adopted Resolution 10-11-12 - Trustee Salary (no change) Adopted Ordinance 11.5-1 - Floodplain Management Made budget amendments Received reports Adjourned 6:55 p.m.

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are notified that all claims STATE OF MICHIGAN against the estate/trust will PROBATE COURT be forever barred unless COUNTY OF Ingham presented to the Trustee of the Barbara A Carlson Trust NOTICE TO CREDITORS dated January 12, 2004 as Decedent’s Trust amended and restated at 14286 Peninsula Drive, FILE NO Galesburg, MI 49053 within 4 months after the date of Trust of ETHEL M BUCHNER, publication of this notice. Deceased Date of birth: March 18, 1928 Dated: May 16, 2011 TO ALL CREDITORS: NOTICE TO CREDITORS: The Foster Swift Collins & Smith decedent, ETHEL M PC BUCHNER, Deceased who Charles A Janssen P30453 lived at 319 LISA LANE, 313 S Washington Square WILLIAMSTON Michigan Lansing, MI 48933 died APRIL 1, 2011 517-371-8262 Creditors of the decedent are notified that all claims Wayne R Carlson Trustee against the estate will be 14286 Peninsula Drive forever barred unless preGalesburg, MI 49053 sented to SHERRI L. 269-746-2178 DEMARCO, Trustee, 2632 DONNA DRIVE, ICCN-923640 WILLIAMSTON, MI 48895, 5/22/11 within 4 months after the date of publication of this

NOTICE OF INTENT TO ISSUE REVENUE BONDS TO THE RESIDENTS, ELECTORS AND TAXPAYERS OF THE CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF DELHI AND CUSTOMERS AND USERS OF DELHI TOWNSHIP’S PUBLIC SANITARY SEWER SYSTEM AND NOTICE OF RIGHT OF REFERENDUM

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Witness Name:

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Signature:

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Title:

May 11, 2011

Leslie Township Supervisor Date:

May 11, 2011

Dated: May 17, 2011

Leslie Township Clerk Date:

May 11, 2011 5/22/11

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Evan Hope, Township Clerk Charter Township of Delhi 5/22/11

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An ordinance to designate an enforcing agency to discharge the responsibility of the Township of Leslie located in Ingham County, and to designate regulated flood hazard areas under the provisions of the State Construction Code Act, Act No. 230 of the Public Acts of 1972, as amended. The Township of Leslie ordains: Section 1. AGENCY DESIGNATED. Pursuant to the provisions of the state construction code, in accordance with Section 8b(6) of Act 230, of the Public Acts of 1972, as amended, the Building Official of the Township of Leslie is hereby designated as the enforcing agency to discharge the responsibility of the Township of Leslie under Act 230, of the Public Acts of 1972, as amended, State of Michigan. The Township of Leslie assumes responsibility for the administration and enforcement of said Act through out the corporate limits of the community adopting this ordinance. Section 2. CODE APPENDIX ENFORCED. Pursuant to the provisions of the state construction code, in accordance with Section 8b(6) of Act 230, of the Public Acts of 1972, as amended, Appendix G of the Michigan Building Code shall be enforced by the enforcing agency within the Township of Leslie. Section 3. DESIGNATION OF REGULATED FLOOD PRONE HAZARD AREAS. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Flood Insurance Study (FIS) Entitled "Ingham County, Michigan" and dated 8/16/11 and the Flood Insurance Rate Map(s) (FIRMS) panel number(s) of 26065C; 0265D, 0270D, 0300D, 0375D, and 0400D and dated 8/16/11 are adopted by reference for the purposes of administration of the Michigan Construction Code, and declared to be a part of Section 1612.3 of the Michigan Building Code, and to provide the content of the "Flood Hazards" section of Table R301.2(1) of the Michigan Residential Code. Section 4. REPEALS. All ordinances inconsistent with the provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed. Section 5. PUBLICATION. This ordinance shall be effective after legal publication and in accordance with the provisions of the Act governing same. Adopted this 11th day of May, 2011. This ordinance duly adopted on May 11, 2011 at a regular meeting of the Leslie Township Board of Trustees and will become effective May 22, 2011.

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11.5-1 ORDINANCE ADDRESSING FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT PROVISIONS OF THE STATE CONSTRUCTION CODE Community Name: Leslie Township, County: Ingham Ordinance number 11.5-1

Charter Township of Delhi Sanitary Sewer System Revenue Bonds (the "Bonds") pursuant to the Revenue Bond Act, Act 94, Public Acts of Michigan, 1933, as amended, for the purpose of defraying all or a portion of the cost of acquiring, constructing and installing certain improvements to the Township’s sanitary sewer system, including, but not limited to, the construction of facilities to dewater and dry the Township’s sludge to reduce transportation and disposal costs related to sanitary sewage disposal, as well as all other necessary and related improvements, the acquisition of necessary rights in land, and engineering, bond issuance and financing costs. The Bonds may be issued by the Township in one or more series, the aggregate principal amount of which will not exceed $5,500,000. The Bonds will be payable primarily from revenues derived from rates and charges received from users and customers of the Township’s public sanitary sewer system, and will be payable in not more than thirty (30) annual installments at an effective rate of interest to be determined upon sale of the Bonds not to exceed six percent (6.0%) per annum, payable on the unpaid principal balance from time to time remaining outstanding on the Bonds. The total cost of the sanitary sewer system improvement project is estimated to be $5,500,000, all or a portion of which cost is to be paid from the proceeds of the Bonds. The project may be constructed in one or more phases. SOURCE OF FUNDING The State of Michigan, through its Department of Environmental Quality, makes funds available for municipal water supply and sewer disposal system improvement projects at a below-market interest rate (currently 2.50% per annum) through a Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund administered through the Michigan Finance Authority. The Township will seek to finance all or a portion of the entire project cost through bonds issued through said Clean Water State Revolving Loan Fund. SOURCE OF PAYMENT OF BONDS THE PRINCIPAL OF AND INTEREST ON THE BONDS shall be payable primarily or solely from the net revenues derived from the operation of the Township’s public sanitary sewer system remaining after payment of operation and maintenance expenses. Said revenues consist of rates and charges for services, including connection fees, which rates and charges are required to be maintained and increased from time to time in order to provide sufficient revenues to meet expenses for operating and maintaining the sanitary sewer system, anticipated principal of and interest on bonds, and to provide reserves for payment thereof. A schedule of the rates and charges is on file in the office of the Township Manager of the Charter Township of Delhi, 2704 Aurelius Road, Holt, Michigan 48842 (phone 517-694-2137). ADDITIONAL SECURITY - FULL FAITH AND CREDIT PLEDGE In the event the Bonds are sold to the Michigan Finance Authority, and/or in the event certain state or federal financing is received for the project costs, the Township is authorized pursuant to the Revenue Bond Act to pledge its full faith and credit for the repayment of the Bonds. In this event, the Township would be authorized within its charter tax rate limitations to levy such taxes or advance such funds from the general funds of the Township as might be necessary to prevent or cure any default in the repayment of the Bonds resulting from an insufficiency of revenue derived from the operation of the Township’s public sanitary sewer system. Although it is not anticipated that the Township will ever be required to advance funds, the Township would, in the event of an advance, be entitled to be repaid from the next sanitary sewer system revenues available after correction of any deficiency or default. NOTICE OF RIGHT OF REFERENDUM THIS NOTICE is given pursuant to the requirements of Section 33 of the Revenue Bond Act, Act 94, Public Acts of Michigan, 1933, as amended. If within forty-five (45) days from the publication of this NOTICE OF INTENT to issue Bonds a PETITION signed by not less than TEN PERCENT (10%) OF THE REGISTERED ELECTORS residing within the limits of the Charter Township of Delhi shall have been filed with the Township Clerk requesting a REFERENDUM on the question of the issuance of the Bonds, then the same shall not be issued until approved by the vote of the majority of the electors of the Township qualified to vote and voting thereon at a general or special election. The current number of registered electors in the Township is 17,759. Further information regarding the public sanitary sewer system improvement project and the Bonds described herein is available at the office of the Township Manager of the Charter Township of Delhi, 2704 Aurelius Road, Holt, Michigan 48842 (phone 517-694-2137).


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