October 19, 2017 RSS feed / Local News

Community steps up to help Hall of Fame coach

Randy Weber continues to recover from a Sept. 12 woodcutting accident that could have easily taken his life. Meanwhile, friends and family have been busy organizing a benefit dinner and auction to help Weber and his family. More...

Taxable values continue steady climb; NPS is biggest landowner

An annual Apportionment Report prepared by the county’s Equalization Director, Laurie Spencer, shows that the taxable value of properties in Leelanau County continues to rise.  More...

Signed sewer agreement found by village

Indeed there is a contract that was signed in 2007 stipulating that Leelanau Township would be responsible for paying 20 percent of the pricetag for the $15 million village-township municipal sewer system.  More...

Leland approves goals; include better facilities

Goals and an administrative action plan for the 2017-18 school year were adopted this week by the Leland Board of Education.  The board, with members Don McMullen and Tom Trumbull absent, voted unanimously Monday night to adopt a resolution that More...

Resource alliance plans ‘celebration’

The “biennial celebration” of the Conservation Resource Alliance will be held Friday from 3-6 p.m. More...

County Dates

Sugar Loaf meeting planned   California real estate investor and attorney Jeff Katofsky, owner of Sugar Loaf since 2015, will unveil his plans for the long-shuttered resort at a public forum set for 11 a.m. More...

Corrections::

A cutline on the front page of last week’s Enterprise flip-flopped the names of two children, Selah Brown and Jesse Leaveck, as they appeared in a photo taken at an event at Leland Public School. More...

Council to address whether to allow snowmobiles on trail

A mix of grants, contributors and public opinion may result in snowmobiles being allowed to operate on parts of the Northport Village trail system but not on other parts.  “If we are going to use it, we have to make sure it’s safe,&r More...

Audit: Leland budget reduced, but still topped $1 million

The annual audit of Leland Public Schools for the 2016-17 budget year netted positive results.  Aaron Mansfield of Dennis, Gartland and Niergarth of Traverse City appeared before the Leland Board of Education Monday night and delivered an unmodi More...

Pay scale approved for S-B school tutors

Employment letters for tutors and a nine-month contract extension for early childhood education staff were approved last week by the Suttons Bay Board of Education.  Board members voted unanimously at their Oct. More...