Clerk stresses importance of voting

By Pat Maurer

Review Correspondent


Clare County Clerk Pam Mayfield was at the Farwell Village meeting Monday urging board members to encourage community members to vote in the upcoming November election. “It is really important this year,” she said. “There are more proposals on the ballot than I can ever remember: six for the state and one a local proposal.”

She provided information about the ballot issues and said anyone can go to for more election information.

In other business:

*The Village Council also approved a budget amendment required for the LDFA (Local Development Finance Authority) that is needed for revenue sharing requirements. The motion was approved.

*Councilmembers also approved an invoice for a Water Reliability Study by Wade Trim at a cost of $7,774.14. The project is required by the Department of Environmental Quality. Another invoice will be coming for additional work on the project.

*County Commissioner Lynn Grim reported on County activities, specifically that the budget for the next year totaling $11,053,925 in expenditures, had been adopted. She said funding for BAYANET (Bay Area Narcotics Enforcement Team) had not been cut. If they had eliminated the funding, it would cost the county up to $100,000 for each meth lab cleanup in the county.

The board approved monthly bills totaling $23,114.76.

The Committee of the Whole meeting was set for October 23.