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- 09/26/18--12:46: _LINDA K. MORTON
- 09/26/18--12:46: _JANE FORTUNE
- 09/26/18--12:46: _DAVID J HARTMAN
- 09/26/18--12:46: _Residents looked fo...
- 09/26/18--12:46: _Clerk shuffle in Em...
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- 09/26/18--12:46: _County to buy affor...
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- 09/26/18--12:46: We need judge who will advocate for rights
- 09/26/18--12:46: Running event raises funds for local schools, TART Trails
- 09/26/18--12:46: Many feel Ironman tips scale toward traffic
- 09/26/18--12:46: Correction:
- 09/26/18--12:46: Heard around Leelanau
- 09/26/18--12:46: Cartoon
- 09/26/18--12:46: Respect harvested game
- 09/26/18--12:46: Fire millage request comes with an asterisk
- 09/26/18--12:46: Leelanau County Calendar of Events
- 09/26/18--12:46: County Dates
- 09/26/18--12:46: Public Notices For Leelanau County
- 09/26/18--12:46: RICHARD “RICK” L. MCSAWBY
- 09/26/18--12:46: LINDA K. MORTON
- 09/26/18--12:46: JANE FORTUNE
- 09/26/18--12:46: DAVID J HARTMAN
- 09/26/18--12:46: Residents looked for agenda
- 09/26/18--12:46: Clerk shuffle in Empire
- 09/26/18--12:46: Don’t set clocks based on color
- 09/26/18--12:46: County to buy affordable home
- 09/26/18--12:46: Coping with M-204 bridge concerns
To the editor:
Thanks, Wilma McQueen for bringing attention to Marian’s dedication to advocating for human rights. It’s exactly why she will make an excellent judge, and the reason so many support her candidacy. Again, thank you!
P.O. Box 226
To the editor:
You don’t send out invitations before you know where the party will be held.
Neither should you promote a 70.3-mile race without knowing its route.
Traverse City Tourism director Trevor Tkatch was on WJR Monday talking about all the things to do in the region during the fall season. He didn’t just keep to autumn.
Yes, that photo on the cover of the Leelanau Color Tour magazine published last week was taken from Empire Bluff looking toward Empire and the Sleeping Bear Dune with South Bar Lake. Credit Ken Scott for the photo, but not for the mistake. We had confusion on which one would run. We apologize to Ken and readers.
“I think it was a great opportunity for citizens to talk to all the candidates. It was a very relaxed situation.”
— Leelanau Road Commission candidate Garth M. Greenan, speaking at and about Candidate Appreciaiton Day sponsored by county chapters of both major political parties and the League of Women Voters. Coverage can be found in Section Three.
With hunting season now in full swing, we fully expect to hear complaints about our coverage of hunting as an outdoor sport.
That’s fair, as some readers take the side of animals in the hunting debate.
Fire millage renewals — and even increases — have routinely been passed as departments gravitate toward better and more emergency care in Leelanau County.
But a millage increase that will likely be sought in Suttons Bay and Bingham townships may strain the generosity of voters.
Organizations wishing to have their public events listed in this calendar can email Amy Hubbell at firstname.lastname@example.org or call The Enterprise, 256-9827, before 5 p.m. Friday.
7:20-8:20 a.m. — Step Aerobics: Old Art Building, Leland; $8.
Tunes to raise local funds
Michigan law requires local governments to inform their citizenry through public notices published in newspapers of record for their communities. These notices provide residents with an easy path for following the work of their elected officials. Public notices for Leelanau County can also be accessed online at Leelanaunews.com.
PESHAWBESTOWN – Richard “Rick” McSawby, 55, of Suttons Bay, passed away Thursday, Sept. 20, 2018 at Munson Hospice House.
Rick was born February 26, 1963, in Grand Rapids, the son of Homer Anthony McSawby and Judith Roseann (Bailey) McSawby.
LAKE LEELANAU – Linda Kay Morton, 70, of Lake Leelanau, passed away Sunday, September 23, 2018, at home.
Linda was born Aug. 3, 1948 in Traverse City the daughter of Germain James Belanger and Dorothy Alice (Denoyer) Belanger. On Aug. 19, 1967 at St. Mary’s Church of Lake Leelanau she married Donald Eugene Morton, who survives.
Jane Fortune of Indianapolis, IN, Boca Grande, FL, Leland, MI and Florence, Italy peacefully passed away on Sunday, September 23, 2018.
David John Hartman, 86, of Lake Leelanau, passed away unexpectedly Tuesday, September 11, 2018 at Munson Medical Center.
David was born on September 28, 1931, in Columbus, OH, the adopted son of James and Florence Hartman. On August 8, 1982, in Cincinnati, he married Judith Wehler who survives.
Empire Village residents were looking for the village meeting agenda. None was posted.
Council Members on Tuesday night heard complaints that the agenda for the monthly meeting was not distributed electronically and not posted within the village — services previously performed by deputy clerk Darlene Friend.
The Empire Village Council is scrambling to find help to man the village office in the wake of the abrupt departure of its deputy clerk.
Folks in the tourist business already are fielding questions about when visitors might expect trees in the county to change.
They are being as honest as possible.
A legal notice announcing a mortgage foreclosure in last week’s Leelanau Enterprise prompted the Leelanau County Land Bank Authority to hastily convene a special meeting this week and decide to purchase a house in Empire.
A major road project that has the potential to clog traffic on the only east-west crossing for most of the county has Leelanau officials and business owners thinking about how to mitigate its effect.