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Rezoning those six blocks just north of campus means that there will be no further expansion of dorm-style rooming houses in that area. The hope is that over time it will become a desirable mix of permanent and non-permanent residents who enjoy the convenience of renting or buying a house in a residential neighborhood close to campus and downtown.
A first-offense MIP civil infraction citation will now only carry a $100 fine and any court costs.
The event is described as a “fun unique winter 5K obstacle course that goes beyond the challenges of an obstacle course by pushing participants through the frigid winter elements of Michigan.”
A new mayor and vice mayor were elected and two new city commissioners were sworn in at the first Mount Pleasant City Commission meeting of 2018.
Mount Pleasant residents can drop their Christmas trees by their curb for collection from Jan. 2-5 and Jan. 8-12, 2018, according to a city press release.
The city advises property owners to clear their sidewalks of snow, including mailbox approaches, within 24 hours following inclement weather, according to a city press release issued Dec. 13.
The majority of climate scientists report that human behavior significantly contributes to climate change. According to the Climate Change 2014 Synthesis Report Summary, greenhouse gas emissions are at a historical high level and have increased largely as a result of economic development and human population growth.
Downtown Development Director Michelle Sponseller said Mount Pleasant's annual holiday event is the largest and most expensive event put on by the city. Festivities require a budget exceeding $22,500 and planning begins immediately after the previous one ends.
Members of the City Commission discussed components of the proposed code that have drawn criticism from some members of the community.
The commission did not take action on the ordinance and scheduled a public work session for 5 p.m. Nov. 28 at City Hall.
Grad student Kristin LaLonde and senior William Joseph will join the commission on Jan. 1, following their election victory Tuesday night.
The U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Michigan announced it has reached a resolution under the Americans with Disabilities Act.
The six candidates running for City Commission are Damian Fisher, William Joseph, Kristin LaLonde, Rick Rautanen, Amy Perschbacher and Marni Taylor.
Three ordinance amendments were added to the city code. The amendments are already a part of the city's zoning code, but city officials moved the policies in preparation of adopting a new zoning ordinance.
With Thursday’s recommendation, the ordinance has reached the final phase of implementation — approval from the City Commission.
The plan must first be approved by the Planning Commission, which will hold a public hearing and vote Thursday, Oct. 19. The City Commission will then make the final decision after a second public hearing on Nov. 13.
The League of Women Voters of the Mount Pleasant Area hosted a forum Oct. 17 at Mount Pleasant City Hall, 320 W. Broadway St.
Six candidates vying for two seats on the Mount Pleasant City Commission will participate in a candidate forum Tuesday.
Mayor Kathy Ling opened Monday’s meeting by reading a proclamation of Indigenous Peoples’ Day to residents of Mount Pleasant and tribal members.
"It doesn’t really matter how beautiful a downtown is if I can’t afford to rent my building," she said, adding that she can't afford to pay her mortgage with the rent she earns.