This week’s Boyne City Gazette features Mushroom fest photos, info on the upcoming Memorial Day observance events in the Boyne area, news from the city commission and BCPS board of education, two big accomplishments by area students, and much more!
“Providing consumer-friendly language in foreclosure notices will help people on both ends of the foreclosure process,” Cole said. “Residents who are facing foreclosure will be better informed and buyers will benefit from more reliable procedures.”
The Boyne City School Board meetings are typically on the second Monday of the month at 6:30 p.m. The next regular meeting will be June 10, followed by the Budget Hearing and Regular meeting on June 24.
At this point, I feel our Board has dug their heels in and are refusing to take into consideration the financial impact of their decision to our school district and their stubbornness is coming at a cost of up to $80,000.
This week’s Boyne City Gazette features a big four-page Boyne City Mushroom Festival section, plus lots of local photos, news, cops and courts, upcoming events info, a number of local obituaries, business news, public notices, and so much more!
Exhibiting artists include: Jim Abbey, Liz Armbruster, Prudence Barber, Ahlea Campbell, Ann Carolan, Mike Coltman, Kateri Ewing, Rod Gibeau, Tracey Harrington, Heidi Geiger, Mary Grosvenor, and many more!