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    DISTRICT 7 QUESTIONS:

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    Lack of affordable or “work force” housing in Leelanau County is a challenge faced by residents and the businesses that employ them. What role does the county Board of Commissioners play in addressing this challenge?

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    ROAD COMMISSION QUESTIONS:

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    Over the years the Road Commission’s policy on curb cuts as it applies to small business has been questioned. What can be done to address the concerns of the Road Commission as well as the needs of small businesses?

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  • 10/31/18--11:36: Photo
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    MIKE SPENCER of Bingham Township delivered $300 in cash and nearly $200 in food and grocery items last week to Leelanau Christian Neighbors (LCN). The funds were rasied during Fleis & Vanderbrink’s company-wide Spirit Week. Items donated were for the food and baby pantry and the Blessings in a Backpack program.

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  • 10/31/18--11:36: Activities set in Cedar
  • The Cedar Area Community Foundation is sponsoring several upcoming events. The foundation, which has focused on building community and strengthening families for 18 years, will offer a variety of activities throughout November and December, in addition to ongoing classes.

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  • 10/31/18--11:36: Man arrested after break-in
  • A 21-year-old male from the Village of Suttons Bay was arrested last week after an incident at a local business.

    About 10:30 a.m. Friday, the deputy assigned to the village responded to Martha’s Leelanau Table on a report about broken windows and evidence of a theft.

    The deputy began an investigation into the break-in that had apparently occurred overnight.

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  • 10/31/18--11:36: Magistrate Court
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    Michael J. Wilcox, 28, of 1517 Glen Oaks Dr., The Woodlands, Texas — Speeding 65 in 55 mph zone; $130 fines and costs.

    Miranda F. Wurble, 24, of 580 S. Grey Rd., Auburn Hills — Speeding 65 in 55 mph zone, reduced from 74 — $130 fines and costs.

    Shauntel L. Prince, 8710 S. Schomberg Rd., Cedar — Dog at large — $132 fines and costs.

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  • 10/31/18--11:36: Dispatch Blotter
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    Thursday, Oct. 25

    9:20 a.m. — Suttons Bay Township — Found set of keys with pink key fob.

    1:17 p.m. — Empire Township — Motorist saw a deer struck by a car. Car didn’t stop. Passerby doesn’t know if the deer is dead. Requesting deputy check it out.

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  • 10/31/18--11:36: Photo
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    A FAR cry from a summer evening at Empire beach, a solitary beach lover, left, took in the other colors of fall — in the sky Monday night.

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    A response to a questionnaire sent to candidates in the Village of Northport was repeated for one candidate Jane Gale.

    The third question asked what policy change she would propose to improve the lives of village residents. She responded:

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  • 10/31/18--11:36: Rematch set for District 6
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    The race for the District 6 commissioner seat is a repeat of the 2016 offyear election.

    Incumbent commissioner Casey Noonan, nearing the end of his first term, will face former county board chair Carolyn “Peachy” Rentenbach, a Democrat who was upset two years ago.

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    COMMISSIONER QUESTIONS:

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    Lack of affordable or “work force” housing in Leelanau County is a challenge faced by residents and the businesses that employ them. What role does the county Board of Commissioners play in addressing this challenge?

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    DISTRICT COURT QUESTIONS:

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    Recent poll results indicate that the recreational use of marijuana will be approved by state voters next month. If approved, how will this impact the court system?

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    If elected, what specific changes will you make on the court or its operations?

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    PROBATE COURT QUESTIONS:

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    Both you and your opponent claim to have experience qualifying you for the job of Probate Court Judge. How does your specific experience set you apart from the other candidate?

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  • 10/31/18--11:36: Only Dems at townhall
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    The Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians hosted an environmental “town hall” event in Peshawbestown on Friday, inviting all candidates for office in the Nov. 6 election to participate.

    “We invited everybody – Republicans and Democrats alike,” said Desmond Berry, head of the tribe’s Natural Resources Department.

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    The Glen Lake Board of Education is seeking input in its effort to develop a 3-year strategic plan for the school district.

    The model for this process was provided by Rockford Public Schools in the Grand Rapids area.

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    By BILL THOMPSON
    Phone 334-4486
    email: BThomp9264@aol.com

    Trick-or-treat day in Glen Arbor was it’s normal and usual success.

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    Glen Arbor Township Clerk Bonnie Quick and members of her team of township election officials received some additional training from county officials Monday and conducted a rescheduled Public Accuracy Test of voting equipment Tuesday in the runup to next week’s election.

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    Attendees of the Reformation Day service at First Lutheran in Suttons Bay will hear a new voice. The Reverend John Moldstad, president of the Evangelical Lutheran Synod, will preach at the Nov.4 service at 10 a.m.

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    CANDIDATES for Empire Village Council participated in an inagural forum Monday which organizers hope will be come a biennial event.

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    DISTRICT 5 QUESTIONS:

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    Lack of affordable or “work force” housing in Leelanau County is a challenge faced by residents and the businesses that employ them. What role does the county Board of Commissioners play in addressing this challenge?

    2.

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