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Mount Pleasant Police Department Chief and Division of Public Safety Director Glenn Feldhauser led a discussion on behavior in mostly student-populated neighborhood M-2 during the City Commission's work session Tuesday. The M2 district holds a majority of near-campus student housing, including house or apartments converted to fit three to six people. Feldhauser pointed out the department's primary concerns, which could be split into two categories: nuisance parties and neighborhood appearance, including trash, parking, furniture and tall grass. In 2014, the department collected data on their diversion program, which offers those charged with misdemeanors an alternative to criminal court.
The Mount Pleasant City Commission approved several items at its meeting Tuesday.A presentation was given by Lisa Hadden and Bill Strickler, race directors for Le Tour de Mont Pleasant, urging commissioners to approve support for the seventh annual race, to take place the weekend of June 12.
Mount Pleasant Mayor Jim Holton is not a fan of roundabouts."I would rather take (the blueprint) and paper cut my eyeball than approve a roundabout down there," he said.Holton was referring to plans to construct a roundabout at Bellows and Washington streets.
A study done by the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe showed there is still E. Coli present in the Chippewa River, presented by Water Quality Specialist Carey Pauquette at the May 11 City Commission meeting at City Hall. The annual water quality assessment showed the North Branch of the river has the highest presence of E.
Every two weeks chron's disease would hold Lisa Conine back from living her life. Just a year after using medical marijuana Conine has treated the symptoms of her chronic disease. Conine make up the 1 percent of medical marijuana patients in Michigan.
After nearly a decade of neglect and short-term fixes, Michigan's legislature has created a comprehensive plan funding plan to fix the sate's crumbling roads.Proposal 15-1, also known as Proposal 1 for Safer Roads, will appear on the May 5 special election ballot.
House Speaker Kevin Cotter will ask Mount Pleasant city commissioners to support a new ballot proposal that would fix Michigan roads.Cotter is scheduled to speak at the beginning of Monday's City Commission meeting, according to the agenda posted on the city's website.
President Barack Obama announced a new executive action on Monday that will offer greater consumer protections to students paying back loans from student debt.
Gov. Rick Snyder outlined his vision for a revitalized Michigan, focusing on government structured from the people’s point of view, or as he called it “The River of Opportunity.”“This country was founded as a nation of opportunity,” Snyder said.
U.S. President Barack Obama focused heavily on domestic economics, Tuesday Jan. 20 during his annual State of the Union address. Obama highlighted plans he said he will soon bring to congress to lower the cost of higher education, and focus on bringing more jobs to America. He said he would veto any bills that come to desk, aiming to reduce government aid for health insurance or reignite the immigration debate.We can’t put the security of families at risk by taking away their health insurance, or unraveling the new rules on Wall Street, or refighting past battles on immigration when we’ve got a system to fix," Obama said.
U.S. President Barrack Obama wants to give students free college education, if they are willing to work for it. On Jan.
Central Michigan University College Republicans spent Wednesday night chatting with a local representative about how to get involved in the political system.
After a six-month search, a lengthy interview process and minor hiccups in the negotiation phase, Mount Pleasant has officially given Nancy Ridley the title of City Manager.
Ridley was voted in on June 25 but was still in negotiations with city officials about her contract.
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[caption id="attachment_183028" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Hundreds of attendees listen to President Barack Obama speak about minimum wage reform, Wednesday at the University of Michigan's Intramural Sports building in Ann Arbor.
Despite the ban on same-sex marriage in Michigan, Troy junior Emily Herbon believes the debate over changing the law comes down to religion.
“The issue of people not wanting same-sex couples to be married is kind of not an issue to me because I thought we’re supposed to have a separation of church and state,” she said.
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In 2014, voters will have a chance to either re-elect or replace Gov. Rick Snyder and the entire state Legislature.