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While it is still unclear if the city of Mount Pleasant or its residents will receive financial assistance, City Manager Nancy Ridley could not be more proud of the city and Isabella County for the efforts made while assessing damage caused by massive flooding last month."I can't say how proud I am of the work that everybody did," Ridley said.
This week's Food Truck Friday will include a face-off between two pizza vendors, one of which is a Lansing-based food truck run by a Central Michigan University alum.The event will be located in the parking lot of the Central Michigan University Research Corporation Food Truck Friday is hosted by the CMURC every week from the beginning of June to the end of August.
A Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Council member has resigned following a felony drug charge in Isabella County.Amanda Oldman resigned last Thursday, July 6, according to a letter issued from the Tribal Public Relations Department.
Members of the Isabella Community Credit Union host an arts and crafts station for children attending a Thrilling Thursdays event, in Downtown Mount Pleasant, on July 6
The United Way of Gratiot and Isabella Counties has raised more than $30,000 for its flood relief fund. The funds will be used to reimburse non-profit organizations that are aiding people affected by the June 23 flooding, such as Habitat for Humanity and the American Red Cross, said Tom Olver, president and CEO of the United Way of Gratiot and Isabella Counties.
A 30-year-old man was arrested for a fourth offense of Operating While Intoxicated and a second offense of Driving with a suspended license.
For the fourth week of the Thrilling Thursdays series, The City of Mount Pleasant will be teaming up with Central MIchigan University's Museum of Culture and Natural History for an event titled Bugs R Us, starting at 6 p.m.
At a press conference on June 28, the Isabella County Emergency Operations Center announced that initial estimates of the cost of flood damage were at least $87 million across Isabella County. The estimates take into account damage to public property, private property, and local agriculture like crops and farmland. As the initial estimate was delivered on a time crunch, before many in-depth damage assessments could be made, the total cost could end up being higher, said Isabella County Administrator Margaret McAvoy. "It's a dynamic number, because people are still reporting damage," said McAvoy.
As Independence Day approaches, Mount Pleasant will have two nights of fireworks on Saturday and Sunday at Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort.The show begins at dusk at the casino's outdoor concert area.
More than 20 teams scoured Downtown Mount Pleasant Thursday looking for local landmarks and solving riddles in a scavenger hunt hosted by the City of Mount Pleasant.The event was part of the 10-week Thrilling Thursdays series, which encourages residents to be active and explore the Mount Pleasant community. The purpose of the scavenger hunt was to introduce participants to what the Downtown district can offer, said Melinda Salchert, special events coordinator for the City of Mount Pleasant."We tried to incorporate a bunch of different aspects of the Downtown experience," Salchert said.
Participants will check in at the Town The winners will be decided on who completes the scavenger hunt first.
Two cases of assault were recorded in the Mount Pleasant Police Department's most recent crime log, as well as cases of trespassing and harassment. June 23
Winners from the 2016 Thrilling Thursdays scavenger hunt.
As Mount Pleasant residents continue to cope with flooding from Thursday's thunderstorm, City Manager Nancy Ridley encouraged the community to stay patient as the city continues its efforts to assess the damages.After covering all 10 agenda items at Monday's City Commission meeting, Ridley said it was necessary to talk about the recent floods, which have left Isabella County in a State of Emergency."Our community is under a level of stress that it has never been under," Ridley said.
The temporary Red Cross shelter at Mount Pleasant High School, which has aided people affected by flooding caused by the June 23 thunderstorm, will be closing Monday at 4 p.m.Since opening on Friday night, the shelter has housed 12 people who were displaced from their homes due to flooding.
The Isabella County Emergency Operations Center is looking for Central Michigan University volunteers to help in their efforts to aid members of the community who were affected by flooding.After a June 23 thunderstorm left Isabella County in a state of emergency, the operations center is seeking 20-25 CMU students, faculty and staff to help provide different services at multiple locations in the community.Those who are interested in volunteering are asked to call the operations center at 989-779-1454.
"That's been our focus said FridayMaking sure"We had an exception response to the storms on Friday and Saturday," Webb said. "We had multiple buildings on campus that were affected by the storms, and the teams are continuing to respond to those facilities in need."Webb also cites As of Monday, Facilities Management has shifted its focus One of the areas hit hardest by the flooding was the Student Activity Center, which saw two rounds of flooding on Friday morning, says director of
Isabella County Road Commission released a list of roads that will remain closed permanently after being washed away by the flood this weekend.By "permanent," it means the roads are in need of major repairs and will take a while to fix.Flood warnings for the Chippewa River continue through Tuesday
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.