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Farwell DPW employees’ suspensions stand

By Pat Maurer Correspondent A Department of Public Works employee’s suspension until May 8 will remain in effect, the Village Council determined Tuesday evening. The decision was approved after meeting…

Lower bid will allow more summer street work

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Funds from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation Infrastructure Capacity Enhancement (ICE) Grant could go a lot further in the Ann Arbor Trail Project this summer. Last…

Beatty – back to prison

Beatty – back to prison

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Kenneth Lee Beatty, 37, on parole after serving time for an earlier home invasion and assault, is going back to prison after a jury found him…

CCR announces delivery expansion

Here at the Clare County Review we care about our product, each week we bring you great news you can use. Because we take pride in what we deliver we…

BOC eliminates planning comm.

By John Raffel Correspondent The Clare County Board of Commissioners decided at its Wednesday board meeting to drop the planning commission. “It was a unanimous vote,” Clare County commission chairperson…

New owners have big plans for Leota Lodge

New owners have big plans for Leota Lodge

By Pat Maurer Correspondent The Leota Lodge Motel, located at 2020 Muskegon Road, Leota, has new owners and plans to make the lodge a “clean, comfortable place where people can…

Child abuse cases occurring at alarming rate in Clare County

By Jenn Bomorra There is a shocking growth rate on the incline due to child abuse cases, especially in Clare and surrounding communities. Clare County is topping the list with…

Parents have different version on suspensions

By Pat Maurer At least two from Harrison have sent emails to the Review since last Friday, upset over the suspension on Thursday of two students for what they claim…

Grant board nixes setback ordinance

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Citing discussion over the lack of property setbacks in Grant Township, Supervisor Dan Dysinger presented a draft setback ordinance for review by the board Tuesday evening…

Surrey to charge $2500 for unregistered rentals

By Pat Maurer Correspondent Surrey Township unanimously approved a new Rental Inspection Fee Schedule at Tuesday’s meeting. The new ordinance will take effect April 24th. Zoning Administrator Rod Williams presented…

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