The Boyne City Commission considered a number of business items during its regular bimonthly meeting held Tuesday April 23. The agenda included a tax break for a local development, potential pavilion funding, formation of a compensation committee regarding the city manager’s pay, and a look at progress on the city’s goals.
“Adam came through the interview process with high marks in every regard with strong references,” said Boyne City Public Schools Superintendent Pat Little. “We had 51 applicants, interviewed seven in the first round and four in the final round.”
A Charlevoix County mother the courts found “at best dangerously oblivious to what was going on in her home” fights for custody of the children who were removed after serious allegations of ongoing physical and sexual abuse were lodged against their father/step-father.
These free events, offered to the general public, will feature local attorneys volunteering their time to answer legal questions in the areas of criminal law, domestic/family law, estate, Medicaid planning, and more.
The Petoskey Regional Audubon Society (PRAS) invites the public each Tuesday and Thursday in May for free early morning bird walks to share the wonders of spring migration throughout the month. Scarlet Tanager photo by Lisa Hoyt
Vacationers have been looping the lake for generations, but the official “Lake Michigan Circle Tour” route was not established until the 1980s when the Michigan Department of Transportation teamed up with West Michigan Tourist Association to create the route and its official guidebook.
The building and parking lot is adjacent to GLE’s headquarters building located at 1323 Boyne Avenue and will provide much needed infrastructure and space for the growth the electric cooperative has experienced in recent years.
From fine cuisine—featuring many local ingredients including morel mushrooms—to belly-busting burgers, delicate whitefish, fine wines and craft beers, Boyne Restaurant Week truly offers something for everyone at prices you will like.