• Boyne City leaf and household junk collections

    Leaf Pickup Schedule May 1 – June 2, Mondays & Fridays The City will pick up leaves during the above scheduled times only. After the scheduled date, citizens will be responsible for their own leaves. Set bagged leaves curbside anytime after the first day of pick up, in biodegradable paper bags. City crews will pick…

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  • Charlevoix Bridge overnight closures end early

    Work requiring overnight closures on the US-31 bascule bridge in Charlevoix was wrapped up this morning, ending the scheduled 12 overnight closures nine days early. The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) and contractor Anlaan Corp. finished up the portion of work on the bridge that required it to be closed to traffic for 12 consecutive…

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  • Boyne City Public Notice of development/TIF plan

    NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Boyne City Commission DEVELOPMENT AND TAX INCREMENT FINANCING PLAN Boyne City Local Development Financing Authority In accordance with Public Act 281 of 1986, as amended, Michigan’s Local Development Financing Act, the Boyne City Commission will conduct a public hearing to consider approval of the Development and Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Plan for…

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  • How will Boyne City pay for 475 North Lake St. Open Space?

    Would you support a new millage to help pay for the Open Space parkland on Lake Charlevoix in Boyne City? Residents of Boyne City are invited to attend a meeting on April 18 to discuss options for purchasing the approximate 4.5 acre lakeshore site, known as the “Open Space,” located at 475 North Lake St….

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  • Boyne Police logs March 20-26

    See what the Boyne City Police Department’s officers do in their daily work with this look at their weekly incident reports. Monday, March 20 0657 Citation issued for no proof of insurance at N. Lake and W Michigan 0822 Suspicious vehicle reported on Boyne Av 0910 Alarm in the 500 block of N Lake St…

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  • Boyne planning commission vote moves Macksey rezone request to next stage

    BY BENJAMIN J. GOHS, EDITOR — PHOTOS BY CHRIS FAULKNOR Boyne developer Ted Macksey’s 31-acre property rezone request will move to the next phase. On Monday March 20, the Boyne City Planning Commission—following a contentious nearly four-hour meeting—sent the matter to the Boyne City Commission for consideration with a 5-3 vote. Editor’s Note: This 3,300-word…

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