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    Tyler J. Shaffran and Jordan K. Callewaert


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  • 11/28/18--12:51: Soil Erosion Permits
  • Cleveland Township

    David Cannon – (TNT Outdoor Services) Repair existing stone seawall with new stone no dredging or filling or earth change at 846 E. Traverse Lake Road ($90).

    Glen Arbor Township

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    November 16, 2018

    Denise Campbell, as attorney in face for Patricia A. Pleva to Patricia A. Pleva, Section 21 in Centerville Township.

    Harriet S. Barner and David A. Kaminski, Successor Trustees of the Harry P. Kaminski Trust to Harriet S. Barner, Section 28 in Empire Township.

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  • 11/28/18--12:51: Construction Code Authority
  • Village of Empire

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    The Cedar Area Community Foundation will host its annual Make and Take Holiday Celebration Sunday at the Solon Township hall in Cedar.

    There will be crafts for all ages and refreshments from 1 to 4 p.m. All materials will be provided at no cost to make holiday wreaths, swags and centerpieces.

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    By Kathleen McCormick
    Special to the Enterprise

    Festivities abound during the holiday season. But in Leelanau County, there are two community theater groups, the Glen Arbor and Leelanau Players, presenting holiday productions.

    The Glen Arbor Players, originally named “The Glen Arbor Art Association’s Readers’ Theater,” tend to follow a “Broadway schedule,” offering plays in all seasons.

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    By Jennie Berkson
    of the Enterprise staff

    It’s been said that when life gives you lemons, make lemonade.

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  • 11/28/18--12:51: Photo
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    SAVANNAH, 9, and Selah, 7, recently scrape and shovel their driveway in Kasson Township. The sisters. who are home schooled, are the daughters of Derrick and Kristin Hall.

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    by Alan Campbell
    of the Enterprise staff

    The Leland Township Board earlier this month adopted an update to its Cemetery Ordinance that will eventually help verify where folks end up.

    But that’s 40 years in the future.

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    A former Norsemen is continues to shine on the gridiron.

    Hope college junior Zach Smith is one of the five Flying Dutchmen impact players who received 2018 All-Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Association First Team honors from the league’s coaches.

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    by Grant McPherson
    of the Enterprise staff

    After a strong fall of sports, Leland hopes to continue momentum on the court.

    The Comets are coming off a 5-16 season record overall last year, falling to district champion Frankfort in the district semifinal game.

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    by Grant McPherson
    of the Enterprise staff

    New coach, familiar face.

    St. Mary brought back Clint Couturier after he stopped coaching the St. Mary boys team, and he will return this year to coach the St. Mary girls team.

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    by Grant McPherson
    of the Enterprise staff

    North Bay looks to build off last year’s district final runners-up.

    The Norsemen defeated St. Mary in the district semifinal, 48-35, but fell to district champion Frankfort, 54-40.

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    by Grant McPherson
    of the Enterprise staff

    A final four appearance for Glen Lake last year has them looking for more this year.

    Glen Lake coach Jason Bradford and the Laker (23-3) girls team took the season all the way to Van Noord Arena at Calvin College, but fell to Ypsilanti Arbor Prep in the state semifinal game, 53-35.

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    The new two team co-op opened up the season on the road.

    Suttons Bay (0-1), and a few players from Northport, made the trip to Grand Traverse Academy (1-0) to take on the Mustangs. The Norsemen held the lead at halftime, but the Mustangs came back to defeat the Norse, 49-44 on opening night for both teams.

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    by Grant McPherson
    of the Enterprise staff

    Lead change after lead change.

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    by Grant McPherson
    of the Enterprise staff

    Following the soccer team’s brilliant finish, the Leland volleyball team was looking for one of its own.

    The Comets made a state championship run of their own, but Leland fell just short, losing to Mendon in the state championship match.

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  • 11/28/18--12:50: Raise OK’d for Clerk
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    By Eric Carlson
    of the Enterprise Staff

    The Leelanau County Clerk will receive a pay raise but the county’s Prosecuting Attorney will not following a decision last week by the Leelanau County Board of Commissioners.

    Neither of the two elected county officials had asked for a pay raise nor even offered any comment on proposals to raise their pay.

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  • 11/28/18--12:50: Dispatch Blotter
  • Tuesday, Nov. 20

    9:37 a.m. — Leland Township — Caller was hunting on one of the islands and left his Bass Pro duffel bag full on the ferry on the way back to Leland.

    10:34 a.m. — Suttons Bay Township — Strange man in studio is acting weird.

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  • 11/28/18--12:50: Magistrate Court
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    Sharilyn R. Pisarsky, 47, of 8346 Bent Pine, Lake Ann — No proof of registration — $125 fines and costs.

    Sharilyn R. Pisarsky, 47, of 8346 Bent Pine, Lake Ann — No proof of insurance — $125 fines and costs.

    Dakota L. White, 21, of 922 Boon St., Traverse City — Speeding 50 in a 40 mph zone, reduced from 54 — $252 fines and costs.

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