September 20, 2012 RSS feed / Local News

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Jeanne and Richard Stearns, who sought and had approved a short-term rental in Northport, own the Sunrise Landing Motel & Resort. Their business was incorrectly identified in last week’s Enterprise.  * * *   More...

Bingham to pull trees from park

Bingham Township will spend $3,050 to remove dying and damaged trees and stumps from Bingham Park following a decision Monday by the Township Board.  More...

‘Re-elect’ term regulated by state law, former commissioner learns

Mary Tonneberger wants to be reelected to the County Board of Commissioners — at least by one defi- nition.  But not according to state law, which prohibits her from using the term “reelected” during a campaign a she hopes will More...

Permit may be needed for bike events

The Leelanau County Road Commission will talk at its next meeting about requiring a permit for all biking events that take place on county roads.  More...

G-L fire budget reflects North Flight departure

A $1.59 million spending plan for the Glen Lake Fire Department was adopted this week by the Glen Arbor Township Board.  The board voted 4-0 Tuesday night to adopt the plan, which was reviewed at a public hearing last Wednesday, Sept. More...

Work underway at new S-B hall

The inside of a building that Suttons Bay Township officials hope to convert into township office space has been gutted in preparation for a new design.  At the regular monthly meeting of the Township Board last week, trustee Bill Drozdalski rep More...

Low water spurs beach ‘clean-ups’

Near-record low water levels in Lake Michigan this summer are causing a variety of problems – not the least of which are some differences of opinion about how people should react to the change.  More...

Myers brothers grow tired of fielding M-22 inquiries

Keegan Myers is getting a little disheartened over all the fuss over whether he and his brother, Matthew Myers, have an exclusive right to use the M-22 highway logo, for which they have owned the trademark rights for more than five years.  The l More...

In Solon, millages OK’d and improvements discussed

Property tax levies for operations and fire protection were adopted last week by the Solon Township Board.  Board members voted unanimously last Thursday to adopt resolutions for two tax levies that will be placed on the Dec. 1 bills.  More...

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THE LEELANAU COUNTY Road Commission resurfaced a portion of Lime Lake Road last week. The commission is pushing to get as much work done as possible while the weather lasts. More...

Glen Arbor to restore tennis courts

A project to repair and replace portions of the surface of tennis courts in Glen Arbor was approved this week by the Glen Arbor Township Board.  The board voted 4-0 Tuesday night, with trustee Bill Thompson excused, to authorize the Parks Commis More...

Donations sought for 9/11 memorial

Work has begun in Glen Arbor to display a piece of our nation’s history forever burned into memory.  Contractors from ML Masonry were in Glen Arbor this week working on the sidewalk and base for the “Lest We Forget” memorial wh More...

Glen Lake columnist recovering from surgery

This week it’s time to turn the tables on Bill Thompson, who in his weekly column makes it a point to ask readers to offer best wishes to residents recovering from illnesses.  Mr. More...