The Boyne City Commission met on Tuesday May 14 to discuss city business.
The majority of Boyne City Commissioners cited safety and tranquility as their reasoning for implementing a new, more stringent fireworks ordinance on Tuesday April 23.
Kirtland Products LLC has been accused of missing certain filing dates and polluting the air
Boyne City Commissioners voted unanimously to postpone their decision on a new fireworks ordinance during their March 26 meeting.
The Boyne City Commission approved a proposal to move forward with the Douglas St. reconstruction project estimated to cost $300,000.
Boyne City Commissioners OK’d a plan recently to apply for a marina dredge permit to keep up with a near-record drop in water levels.
The Michigan Main Street Center 2011-2012 annual report is out and, after 10 years in existence, programs like Boyne City’s are growing and making a real difference statewide.
Kirtland Products may not have been on the Boyne City Planning Commission’s agenda last week, but it was discussed nonetheless.
If you’ve never heard of the proposed plan for Boyne City to use state grant monies to purchase 60 boat slips from James Hevey’s Boyne Beach Club project you’re not alone.
Elected leaders from all over Charlevoix County gathered on Monday Jan. 28 for the third annual Charlevoix County Elected Leader Summit meeting.
The Boyne City Planning Commission finalized its September 2012 determination that Kirtland Products was out of compliance with a vote of 7-0 to revoke the wood pellet manufacturer’s conditional operating permit
Despite reports of worst sales since 2008, Boyne City prospers
The Boyne City Zoning Board of Appeals denied a request to move a manufactured home into the traditional housing district.
While the Kirtland noise levels were within the Traverse City noise ordinance ranges of acceptability, the Planning Commission felt that those standards did not apply to the circumstance in Boyne City.
The Boyne City Housing Commission has a new Director.