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Search Underway for Missing Boater on Lake Fenton

News Photo 7/23/14 - Genesee County authorities have closed Lake Fenton to the public as they search for a missing boater. Fenton Township fire officials say the lake is closed because a boater was reported missing on the lake overnight. The township's dive team has been called to help with the search. Michigan State Police is also expected to assist. Authorities haven't released any information on the identity of the missing person. Crews responded to the lake late Tuesday but the search was called off until 8:00 this morning. (JM)
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Hartland Township Residents Weigh In On Road Improvements

News Photo 7/23/14 - The last public hearing on the plan to repair and improve roadways in Hartland Township was held last night. The Safer Roads and Pathways plan was created by a citizens’ task force, which has been meeting at least once a month since last fall to identify the priorities of township residents with regard to roads. After gathering large amounts of input from the public, the task force identified 14 different road projects and some general preventative maintenance actions that were most in need of addressing. They would be funded through a 1.5-mill, 10-year property tax, which would have to be approved by voters in November. Several residents addressed the township board with their concerns at last night’s public hearing, asking about how excess revenue would be spent, the involvement of the Livingston County Road Commission, and why some roads were chosen for improvement rather than others. One area of concern for residents was the improvement of sidewalks, which was originally part of the task force’s plan but later removed in favor of roadways. Officials say using the millage to pay for roads will allow general fund money to be spent on sidewalk improvement, but some residents were still unhappy with that plan. A poll in March showed 60% of Hartland residents would support a 1.5-mill road tax. Residents can still provide feedback to the township on the plan by calling the township offices or following the link below. (TD)
Web Link: http://hartlandtwp.com/safer-roads-in-hartland/
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Genoa Township Invests In Upgrades To Water & Sewer Systems

News Photo 7/23/14 - Some big changes to water and sewer systems were approved at Monday night’s Genoa Township board meeting. The first change made was a series of rate increases for water and sewer hookups in the area of Latson Road an I-96. Utility Director Greg Tatara explained for the board that this area would probably see commercial growth in the coming years, and while the system had the capacity to handle some new users it could eventually get overwhelmed and need an upgrade. The increased connection fees will help mitigate that cost when such an upgrade becomes necessary. Water connection fees in the area were increased from $5,000 to $7,900 per residence equivalency unit. Sewer connection fees south of the freeway increased from $5,500 per REU to $11,400, and those north of the freeway increased to $7,200. Residents posed questions and offered suggestions to the plan, and one encouraged the board to expand the water system south of the freeway to improve the area’s attractiveness to commercial developers. The new rates will be incorporated over time. Also at Monday’s meeting, the township board approved a $6 million construction project to transfer the bulk of the work done at the Oak Pointe treatment plant to the Genoa Oceola treatment plant to the north. The project involves turning the Oak Pointe plant into a pumping station where only pre-treatment would take place, then installing a 10-inch water main to the GO plant to the north for complete treatment. The Oak Pointe plant is unable to meet state standards for sodium. Residents who use it will be picking up the tab for the project on their monthly bills, but Tatara says that will be partially mitigated by the fact that they will no longer be required to use expensive potassium-based water softeners. Work on that project is slated to begin next month, with full conversion planned to finish sometime in the spring. (TD)
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Local Resource Guide Aims to Help Prevent Youth Obesity

News Photo 7/23/14 - Local health officials say work is ongoing to help reduce and prevent youth obesity in Livingston County. The Healthy Habits for Youth work group is currently compiling information on all youth obesity prevention and treatment programs, services, and initiatives in Livingston County. Officials say the information gathered will help facilitate collaboration, identify gaps, assist with needs assessment and program planning. The work group operates under the Human Services Collaborative Body and information will ultimately be shared with partners and Livingston County families in the form of a resource guide. Any Livingston County-based organization that provides a program or service promoting physical activity, nutrition, or emotional well-being for youth is encouraged to complete a short survey for each obesity prevention program, service, or effort they are leading. The submission deadline is August 31st. The form takes approximately 5 minutes to complete and The Livingston County Department of Public Health notes that the form may need to be completed and submitted multiple times for different obesity prevention programs. A link is posted below. AP Photo. (JM)
Web Link: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/RSX6BQW
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Huron River Clean-Up Day Set to Go Saturday in Hamburg Township

Fowlerville School Board Approves Contracts and Resignations

Red Cross Seeks Blood Donations During Challenging Summer

Village Councilman Joins Race To Be Dexter's First Mayor

Incumbents Not Seeking Re-Election to Howell Board of Education

City Of Howell's Credit Rating Bumped From A+ to AA-

Scholarships Available for Student Youth Leadership Program

Fenton Cycling Tour Aims To Raise Money For Medical Research

Livonia Man Charged in Local Road Rage Incident Enters Plea

Jail Expansion Approved by Livingston County Commissioners

Howell Nature Center Animals Visit Summer Lunch Bunch Kids

Plea Deal Rejected By Woman Charged Following Son's Death

New Gas Station And Restaurant Expansion Approved In Genoa

Wednesday Marks Deadline to Nominate Everyday Heroes

Semi Wrecked On Railroad Bridge On Dexter-Pinckney Road

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Man Hospitalized After Setting Ex-Girlfriend's Home on Fire

Public Hearing Tuesday on Hartland Township's Safer Roads Plan

Sunshine, High Temps & Humidity Spur Ozone Action Day

Genoa Township Board to Dicuss Development Items & Projects

Local Church Continuing Mission to Construct School in Liberia

Highland Police Millage Renewal Touted As Essential To Service

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DETROIT (AP) - Lawyers are poised to give opening statements in the trial of a Dearborn Heights man who opened his front door and shot an unarmed woman, killing her. Theodore Wafer is charged with second-degree murder. Wafer says he heard pounding at the door and fired his shotgun in self-defense in the death of Renisha McBride last November.

INKSTER, Mich. (AP) - A man will be arraigned today ahead of his trial on first-degree murder and torture charges in the shooting of a Detroit-area girl. Raymone Jackson is also charged with two counts of assault with intent to murder. KaMiya Gross was shot in the head July 1st outside a house in Inkster.

LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Residents of one Lansing neighborhood are facing problems with an increasing number of feral cats. The Churchill Downs Community Association says some people are feeding the cats and encouraging them to stay. Paw prints on vehicles and cat feces are two signs of the cats' presence.

DETROIT (AP) - Former Detroit City Council President Charles Pugh is asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit by a teenager who says Pugh made sexual advances toward him. Pugh denies allegations made by the teen. A complaint filed in June says Pugh sent suggestive texts and spent money on the teen as part of a sexual grooming plan.

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Wednesday, July 23Fowlerville Family Fair

Thursday, July 24Hootin' in the Park

Thursday, July 24Blood Drive

Friday, July 25Concerts at the Courthouse

Friday, July 25Fowlerville Farmers' Market

Friday, July 25Howard Majtyka Memorial Blind Squirrel Outing

Friday, July 25Red Cross Blood Drive/BBQ

Saturday, July 26Huron Valley Farmers' Market

Saturday, July 26Pinckney Farmers' Market

Saturday, July 26A Dog Day of Summer

Saturday, July 26Dr. Louis “Pat” May Golf Outing

Saturday, July 26Elks Free Veteran's Appreciation Lunch

Saturday, July 26The Fiesta Dance - Student Dance with Instruction

Saturday, July 26Hartland Farmers’ Market

Saturday, July 26Brighton Farmers’ Market

Saturday, July 26Hamburg Township Huron River Clean-Up Day

Sunday, July 27Brighton Masonic Lodge Spaghetti Dinner

Sunday, July 27Kiwanis Gazebo Concerts

Sunday, July 27Green Oak Farmers' Market

Sunday, July 27Howell Farmers’ Market

Monday, July 28Blood Drive

Thursday, July 31Hootin in the Park

Friday, August 1Events at Howell Library

Friday, August 1St. Augustine Hoedown

Friday, August 1Events at Pinckney Library

Friday, August 1Fowlerville Farmers' Market

Friday, August 1Events at Hartland Library

Friday, August 1FPC Hosts Free Concert

Friday, August 1Events at Brighton District Library

Friday, August 1Volunteers Needed for Brighton's Art/Acoustic Music Fest

Friday, August 1Movies Under the Stars

Saturday, August 2Hartland Farmers’ Market

Saturday, August 2Brighton Farmers’ Market

Saturday, August 2Huron Valley Farmers' Market

Saturday, August 2Pinckney Farmers' Market

Saturday, August 2Hartland High Class of '79 Reunion

Sunday, August 336th Annual St. Augustine Chicken BBQ

Sunday, August 3Baby Loss Support Group - LAMB

Sunday, August 3Green Oak Farmers' Market

Sunday, August 3Howell Farmers’ Market

Tuesday, August 5Volunteers Needed 4-H Therapeutic Riding Program

Thursday, August 7Zip Tour at Howell Nature Center

Thursday, August 7Iron Chef Competition 2014

Thursday, August 7Livingston County Christian Musicians

Friday, August 8Swing "Fore" Kids Golf

Saturday, August 9Walk/Run/Roll for MDA

Sunday, August 10 5th Annual Brighton Dance Festival Kick-off

Thursday, August 14Auditions for Shrek The Musical

Thursday, August 14Howell Carnegie Library Book Sale

Friday, August 15Howell Elks Golf Scramble

Friday, August 15Howell Area Historical Society Sale

Friday, August 15Howell Melon Festival

Friday, August 15Howell High School 1979 35th Class Reunion

Saturday, August 16Movies Under The Stars

Saturday, August 16Doc May Memorial Melon Ride 2014

Saturday, August 16Darwin Games

Saturday, August 16Shepherd of the Lakes Church Annual Rummage Sale

Saturday, August 16Pinckney to Host Circus

Saturday, August 16Glow on the Park to Benefit CTH

Saturday, August 16Hardy United Methodist Church BBQ

Saturday, August 16Brighton Dance Festival's Student Showcase

Wednesday, August 20Day of Caring

Thursday, August 21Families Against Narcotic (FAN) Meeting

Saturday, August 23Mom to Mom Sale

Saturday, August 23Community Flea Market and Craft Sale

Saturday, August 23Rumble from the Rock

Saturday, August 23Le Concours de Livingston

Sunday, August 243rd Annual Dick Thalacker Golf Memorial

Friday, September 12Fans for a Cure Golf Scramble

Saturday, September 13Green Oak Charter Twp Fire Department Open House

Saturday, September 13Brighton Township/Large Item Drop-Off Day

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