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Governor Rick Snyder stopped in Mount Pleasant on Monday to deliver a press conference where he voiced his support for the response that emergency management has given to the flooding crisis in Isabella County."We're working very diligently on the disaster recovery process," Snyder said. "I'd like to thank the good, hard working that's still going on.
Isabella County Emergency Management announced in a press release Sunday that FEMA-trained damage assessment teams will be conducting a preliminary assessment of damage done by the flooding caused by heavy thunderstorms on Friday, June 23.FEMA crew members will begin going door-to-door in areas believed to be impacted by the flooding.
Three hundred and one bidders participated in the 41st Annual CMU Public Auction, which was held in Lot 1at 275 West Bellows Street on Saturday, JUne 24.
Lt. Gov. Brian Calley declared a “state of disaster” for Isabella and Midland counties heavy thunderstorms left parking lots, roads and the lower levels of multiple homes underwater.Nearly six inches of rain fell overnight Thursday.
The American Red Cross of Mid-Michigan has set up a shelter at Mount Pleasant High School for residents of the city who have been displaced by the flooding caused by heavy rainfall on Friday, June 23. The
The parking lot of Park Place Apartments, heavily flooded due to rainfall on Friday, June 23, 2017.
Mount Pleasant residents are coping with closed streets, flooding and clearing storm debris after a band of storms moved across Mid-Michigan last night.Up to six inches of rain fell last night due to thunder storms and scattered showers across Isabella and Midland counties, according to the National Weather Service.
The City of Mount Pleasant teamed up with the Mount Pleasant Police Department and
Two separate cases of parole violation were reported in the weekend crime log from the Mount Pleasant Police Department, along with one case of Driving While Intoxicated.June 13A 24-year-old woman was arrested for Driving While Intoxicated after being stopped for speeding near the corner of High and Watson streets. After failing field sobriety tests, the suspect registered a blood-alcohol content of 0.10% during a preliminary breath test.
The project was originally budgeted to cost $120,000, covering the area of West Broadway Street between the railroad crossing and Harris Street. In the early stages of the project, city engineers made the decision that $20,000 of the budget would be used to install lighting at crosswalks near schools.
University-owned items from vehicles to computer equipment will be auctioned off to the public on Saturday, June 24 at the 41st annual Central Michigan University Public Auction.The auction is scheduled for 9 a.m. with preregistration starting at 8 a.m. in Lot 1 at 275 W. Bellows St.
The City’s Ad-Hoc Committee held a meeting for public input at 7 p.m. on Monday at City Hall.
The City of Mount Pleasant is teaming up with the Mount Pleasant Optimist Club to host an event titled Let's Ride from 6 p.m.
For Kim Bennett, the event was the first
Kris Batzner, owner of Redbloom Yoga, leads an outdoor yoga class in Downtown Mount Pleasant, on June 15, 2017.
The general schedule for the 2018-2022 Capital Improvement Plan was approved Monday by the Mount Pleasant City Commission.
The city can choose to allow growing facilities that would cultivate and process marijuana for sale.
City Commissioner Lori Gillis speaks to her fellow commissioners during a City Commission meeting on June 12 at Mount Pleasant City Hall.
Beer enthusiasts from across the state gathered in Mount Pleasant for the 4th Annual Craft Beer Festival on Saturday, June 10.
The Mount Pleasant City Commission will meet to consider the approval of the 2018-2022 Capital Improvement Plan, among other items on the agenda, at 7 p.m. on Monday, June 12.