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    By Eric Carlson
    of the Enterprise staff

    Voters in Suttons Bay and Bingham Townships on Nov. 6 will be asked to decide on a millage proposal that will either keep their fire and rescue department in operation and fiscally solvent or, potentially, put the department in dire straits.

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  • 10/24/18--11:42: 2 seek clerk post in Npt.
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    NORTHPORT VILLAGE CLERK QUESTIONS:

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    Presently the Northport Village clerk is also the clerk for the Northport/ Leelanau Township Utilities Authority, receiving separate compensation from the two bodies. Area the roles compatible, or conflicting?

    2.

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    EMPIRE VILLAGE PRESIDENT QUESTIONS:

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    An extensive sewer study was recently completed for the Village of Empire and has been in the hands of the Village Council since April. Should the Village of Empire pursue a municipal sewer system?

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    EMPIRE VILLAGE TRUSTEE QUESTIONS:

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    An extensive sewer study was recently completed for the Village of Empire and has been in the hands of the Village Council since April. Should the Village of Empire pursue a municipal sewer system?

    2.

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    NORTHPORT VILLAGE PRESIDENT QUESTIONS:

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    Through the years many questions have arisen over operation and oversight of the village marina. Are changes needed at the marina to improve its operations?

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  • 10/24/18--11:41: County Cuisine
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    This rich chocolate dessert from Bogey’s 19th Hole in the Leland Lodge is sure to make you happy. This delicious chocolate delight will make you turn away from vanilla maybe for good. Bogey’s 19th Hole is opened 7 days a week from 11am-9pm.

    Chocolate Delight

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  • 10/24/18--11:41: Deaths recorded in county
  • Joyce A. Sheridan, 88, of Kasson Township died October 6 in Kasson Township

    Mary A. Sutton, 96, of Traverse City died October 10 in Suttons Bay Township


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  • 10/24/18--11:41: Marriages performed
  • William D. Ankerson and Devon J. Kelly, October 6 in Traverse City

    Buck A. McBride and Kasey A. McBride, October 9 in Traverse City

    Nicholas T. Lake and Amanda L. McCurdy, October 12 in Watervliet

    Jeffery S. Morey and Kathleen J. Korson, October 13 in Traverse City

    Michael A. Cline and Jamie M. Blough, October 13 in Empire

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    ARTY PARTY; 3768 S. Bay Bluffs Drive, Cedar – By Nancy L. Deye, 3768 S. Bay Bluffs Drive, Cedar.


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  • 10/24/18--11:41: Soil Erosion Permits
  • Bingham Township

    Jim Black – (Jeff April) Excavation to dig up cement pad in back addition new footing and slab addition at 7782 E. Sierra Drive ($90).

    Timothy O’Dea – (Cornerstone Excavating) Demo existing cottage and build new home at 5958 S. Lake Leelanau Drive ($140).

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    October 1, 2018

    Victor J. and Nancy A. Lisabeth to themselves, Lot 13, an addition to Koszarek Acres in Bingham Township.

    Nancy A. Lisabeth to Victor J. and Nancy A. Lisabeth, Trustees of the Victor J. Lisabeth and Nancy A. Lisabeth Revocable Trust, Section 31 in Bingham Township.

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  • 10/24/18--11:41: Construction Code Authority
  • Village of Empire

    Empire Beach House LLC (Render Construction Inc.) Demolish single family dwelling, wood frame one story with attached garage at 11295 S. Lake Michigan Drive ($1).

    Village of Suttons Bay

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    By Eric Carlson
    of the Enterprise staff

    Eric Lind of Suttons Bay Township knows a few things about redistricting and will vote “no” on Proposal 2 on the Nov. 6 ballot.

    Betsy Johnson of Empire knows a few things on the subject as well, but she will be voting “yes” on the same proposal next month.

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    By Eric Carlson
    of the Enterprise staff

    Recent statewide polling suggests that a proposal to legalize recreational marijuana in Michigan could pass with up to 62-percent voter approval on Nov. 6.

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    Owners of the Traverse City Whiskey Company will be able to move forward with plans to add a tasting room to their distillery in Elmwood Township following a decision of the township board at a special meeting Monday.

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  • 10/24/18--11:41: Eagle numbers on upswing
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    The bald eagle, an American icon, has made a remarkable comeback.

    When the nation began, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service estimates that the country had as many as 100,000 nesting eagles. But habitat was lost through development, and large raptors were considered nuisances by farmers and ranchers who routinely shot them to protect their poultry and livestock.

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    By Alan Campbell
    of the Enterprise staff

    The St. Mary Eagles compete in high school, the Eastern Michigan University Eagles field teams for collegiate sports, and the Philadelphia Eagles occupy second place in the Eastern Division of the National Football Conference.

    But long before competitive sports made their arrival in North America, bald eagles were competing in the heavens for rights over their hunting territories.

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    Spend part of your Saturday morning watching the release of a gorgeous immature Bald Eagle back to the wild. Wings of Wonder will release the bird, rain or shine, at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Little Traverse Bay Band’s Pow Wow Grounds in Harbor Springs.

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  • 10/24/18--11:41: 13th Circuit Court
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    Cleaton J. Cantrell, 64, of 10636 E. Pobuda Rd., Suttons Bay — Sentenced after pleading guilty to maintaining a drug house; to serve 21 days in jail with credit for two days served; driver’s license suspended for 30 days, then restricted for 180 days; $1,048 fines and costs.

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  • 10/24/18--11:41: 86th District Court
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    Austin G. Miller, 24, of 114 W. Fourth St., Northport — Pleaded no contest to breaking and entering without owners permission; bond continued; pre-sentence investigation ordered; to be sentenced Nov. 16.

    Rachel M. Cronk, 48, of 619 Sixth St., Traverse City — Pleaded guilty to allowing an unlicensed person to operate a motor vehicle; $630 fines and costs.

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