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"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.
The commission also approved an emergency ordinance to amend the city code, which will allow waiver provisions for parking lot reconstruction projects.
The property, located at 1200 S. Mission St., is owned by 4 Pins LLC and was the former location Chippewa Lanes, which was closed and demolished in 2016.
Mount Pleasant city commissioners met in a work session Aug. 28 to discuss sidewalk snow removal and making snow shoveling on the outer sidewalks a requirement for multi and single-family homes.
While Mount Pleasant has not yet made a decision on whether to allow medical marijuana facilities, some residents have vouched their support for the measure.The Mount Pleasant City Commission met on Monday, Aug.
The commission received 19 letters or emails supporting the renewal, and several residents spoke in support during a public comment.
Two Mount Pleasant city commissioners will not seek reelection in November.Jim Holton and Mike Verleger confirmed their retirement from the commission.
The Mount Pleasant City Commission is asking residents to join an ad hoc committee looking into potential medical marijuana business ordinances.
Citing economic growth opportunities and the ability to regulate a budding industry, city officials are researching new options for regulating the manufacturing, distribution and delivery of medical marijuana. The Mount Pleasant city and planning commissions met for a special meeting prior to the City Commission’s regular meeting Monday to deliberate on how the city should handle new laws regulating marijuana facilities.In December 2016, Gov.
The Mount Pleasant Chamber of Commerce’s 2016 Outstanding Citizen of the Year is no longer with us — but the spirit of Tim Brockman was felt by everyone in attendance.When news broke Thursday of the community leader’s passing, the Mount Pleasant Chamber of Commerce rearranged its 60th annual award banquet to honor Brockman’s legacy.His longtime friend, Chris “Elmo” Walton, flanked by members of the Brockman family, accepted the award on his behalf at the Comfort Inn and Suites Conference Center Saturday night.“Tim would be so honored for your recognition of him, though he did not seek out praise or personal attention,” Walton said.
Mount Pleasant City Commissioner Lori Gillis thinks some developers are taking advantage of taxpayers.
Kaya Coffee House isn’t going anywhere.
The Mount Pleasant City Commission will hold a public hearing at 7 p.m. on Feb. 13 to discuss the potential rezoning of the former SBX Bookstore building, which houses Kaya Coffee House.
Racers overcame the elements and obstacles on Saturday in downtown Mount Pleasant.
The Mount Pleasant Police Department’s new Police Chief and Director of Public Safety was born into law enforcement.
The Mount Pleasant City Commission voted 4-3 to approve a motion to amend the city’s solid waste ordinance, despite protests from local business owners and waste removal officials.
The commission postponed the approval of an ordinance amendment that would fine rental owners who fail to obtain housing licenses.
CITY NOTICE: Winter conditions bring seasonal snow ordinanceBy Greg HornerNews Editornews@cm-life.comIt’s the winter semester which means students get a new distraction from their studies–snow.
A sign in their window was all the warning that Abigail Chambers and Emily Miller received when they learned that their business, Kaya Coffee House, was facing relocation.
It’s been one year since Macomb freshman Ryan Tsatsos was killed in an unsolved hit-and-run incident on Crawford Road, southwest of Central Michigan University’s campus.Since then, members of the Mount Pleasant city government have been working to make sure something like this doesn’t happen again.This past spring, Union Township Supervisor Russ Alwood called for a meeting of local officials to discuss the possibility of installing a sidewalk along Crawford Road for safety.