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- 10/17/18--13:44: _THE CHERRY PIE DEBATE
- 10/17/18--13:44: _Fall Finale Art Wal...
- 10/17/18--13:44: _Working in tandem
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- 10/17/18--13:44: _Auditions set
- 10/17/18--13:44: _Photo
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- 10/17/18--13:44: Photo
- 10/17/18--13:44: Talliard responds to questions
- 10/17/18--13:44: Millage renewal on Glen Lake School ballot
- 10/17/18--13:44: Write-ins needed at S-B
- 10/17/18--13:44: Three seek two, 6-year seats on Glen Lake School Board
- 10/17/18--13:44: County Cuisine
- 10/17/18--13:44: Talk of the County
- 10/17/18--13:44: Marriages performed
- 10/17/18--13:44: Marriage license applications filed
- 10/17/18--13:44: Soil Erosion Permits
- 10/17/18--13:44: Real estate transfers recorded in county
- 10/17/18--13:44: Construction Code Authority
- 10/17/18--13:44: WHAT'S AT STAKE THIS ELECTION?
- 10/17/18--13:44: THE CHERRY PIE DEBATE
- 10/17/18--13:44: Fall Finale Art Walk set Friday
- 10/17/18--13:44: Working in tandem
- 10/17/18--13:44: Historical staff attend seminars
- 10/17/18--13:44: Auditions set
- 10/17/18--13:44: Photo
- 10/17/18--13:44: Lakeshore numbers dip in Sept.
THE LEELANAU Christian Neighbors Blessings in a Backpack (BiaB) program got a financial boost last week in the form of a $10,000 donation from the Suttons Bay-Leelanau County Rotary Club. Pictured, from left, are Haylee Fisher, BiaB program manger, club treasurer Mike Fleischman and president John Bevington.
Mike Talliard, Democratic candidate for the 35th State Senate Seat, did not attend the debate. He was notified and asked to attend the Oct. 11 event by former Leelanau Enterprise publisher Alan Campbell shortly after the Primary election, but an email explaining the format to candidates went to the wrong address.
Voters in the Glen Lake Community School District will go to the polls next month to decide the fate of a request for renewal of an extra-voted millage on non-homestead properties.
Write-in candidates for the Nov. 6 election are sought to fill five seats on the Suttons Bay Board of Education.
Incumbents Steve Hall and Kim Eike are not seeking re-election. Their terms expire Dec. 31.
Just two candidates are on the ballot for three 4-year seats available at the end of the year.
GLEN LAKE SCHOOL BOARD QUESTIONS:
Glen Lake currently depends on $3.2 million in Federal Impact Act to balance its budget. Each year Impact Aid faces the possibility of being cut from the federal budget. How would you recommend GLCS approach its financial planning related to its dependence on Impact Aid?
Anderson’s Market is ready for fall with this delicious Shepherd’s Pie. This yummy pie is sure to warm many bellies as the weather is already getting colder. Anderson’s market is located in Glen Arbor and is open seven days a week with a large range of deli options.
Name: Michelle Shackelford
Resident of county since: 2012
Age and birthplace: 36, Detroit
Occupation:“I own a cut flower farm.”
Cory D. Wade and Jaffe R. Davis, September 15 in Leland Township
Brooks J. Bunbury and Aimee L. Plamondon, September 29 in Leland Township
Eleni A. Kouvatsos and Jon N. Pierce, September 29 in Elmwood
Claire E. Lammers and Jacob R. Baker, October 6 in Suttons Bay
Luke A. Walter and Bridgette N. Kulpa, October 6 in Suttons Bay
Travis S. Converse and Kara K. Bunbury
Griffin M. Bates and Elizabeth C. Leugers
Christian S. Machelski and Nicole A. Miller
Nathan D. Griswold and Deirdre R. Ring-Marrinson
Paul and Julie McNeilly – (J&R Properties of SB LLC) Excavation footing and floor for garage and driveway at 3574 S. Stanley Street ($140).
Clark & Lynn LLC – (Self) Excavation to finish work begun under different permits at 3736 S. Lee Point Road ($90).
September 26, 2018
Janice E. Van Raalte to John H. Van Raalte, a one quarter interest, Section 33 in Leland Township.
John D. Van Raalte to John H. Van Raalte, a one quarter interest, Section 33 in Leland Township.
Kevin J. Humphrey (Jenema Builders LLC) Construct new single family dwelling, two story wood frame on crawl space, main and second floor, decks at 7378 S. West Bay Shore Drive ($121,200).
More than 125 people showed up in Glen Arbor last week for the sixth biennial Cherry Pie Debate, sponsored by the Leelanau Enterprise and Interlochen Public Radio (IPR).
Doors opened at 6 p.m. but many were waiting at the door, anxious to hear first-hand from candidates for the state House and Senate.
Walks, wines and works of art will fill the air tomorrow night.
As shoppers stroll the streets from 5-8 p.m. at the 12th Annual Suttons Bay Fall Finale Art and Wine Walk, they will have the chance to view work from local artisans, sample local fare and refreshments.
It all started with two pairs of feet and a bicycle.
History remembers strong leaders. Two of the “leaders” at the Leelanau Historical Society Museum will attend professional development programs this month to further develop their leadership capacity.
The Northport Community Art Center (NCAC) will hold auditions for its February dinner theater production of Last of the Red Hot Lovers, next week.
Auditions will be Monday and next Wednesday, Oct. 22 and 24 at 6:30 p.m. or by special arrangement with the director Fred Szczepanski.
There are roles for one man and three women:
SIX-YEAR-OLD Emery Knizacky of Traverse City picked out the perfect pumpkin Sunday at Gallagher’s Farm Market.
Warmer than usual temperatures brought lukewarm visitation to Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.
Average temperatures were five degrees above normal in September, according to National Weather Service records. The month drew more visitors for some area businesses, but it seems that many of those visitors didn’t venture over to the dunes.