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James Madison

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Update: Bridge Replacement on Buchanan Ave


The Mecosta County Road Commission (MCRC)

From Dick Wheeler

Fire Fighters / EMT Monument Project Update!


FIRE FIGHTERS / EMT MONUMENT PROJECT UPDATE

We would like to extend a huge thank you to all that have supported the monument project.  We have collected over $13,000 and are closing in on our goal of $15,000.

Morton Township Recycling Program


 

MORTON TOWNSHIP RECYCLING

LOCATED IN THE MORTON TOWNSHIP BUSINESS PARK ON 9 MILE ROAD

OPEN: EVERY SATURDAY OF THE MONTH – 9:00 A.M. TO 12:00 (NOON)

Survey Results Are In!


The results of the Morton Township property owners survey is complete. The Economic Development Committee would like to thank all the residents that took the time to complete and return the questionaires.  The final report of the survey findings is attached here.  A copy is also available at the Morton Township Hall for viewing.

Recent Tidbits Of Information To Be Shared!


From Supervisor, Dick Wheeler

Recent tidbits of information to be shared:

1.     Morton Township Recycling program collected 92 tons of materials in 2014 and 104 tons in 2015, an increase of about 13%;

2.     In Tuesday’s election: Precinct #1 (Township offices) processed 426 voters, Precinct #2 (Fire Hall) processed 442 voters, and for Precinct #3 629 absentee ballots were issued, 597 of those ballots were returned to be counted for a vote;

Thank you Morton Township Fire & Rescue!


Dear Dick Wheeler,

DVD Available


The Mecosta-Morton Area Historical Society has a DVD available.  Anyone interested can purchase one for $15.00 or two for $25.00.  Email M-MAHS.org or call (231) 972-8042.  The dvd is 29 minutes long and is narrated by local residents.