Bumstead urges Governor Whitmer to support proposed casino in Muskegon County

“I’m very disappointed with the Detroit City Council and the Wayne County Board of Commissioners’ decision to get involved and pass resolutions opposing a casino that is 200 miles across the state,” said Bumstead, R-Newaygo. “Muskegon County is not included in the defined competitive market area of any of three tribal casinos within a two-hour drive, so there is no logical reason why Detroit and Wayne County would be opposed to a casino in our community.”

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Essential Frontline Workers Must Apply by Dec. 31 for Free Tuition at MCC

Michigan residents who provided essential services during the pandemic between April 1 and June 30 now have just four weeks

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With Downtown Campus Among Plans, Muskegon Community College Makes Case For Millage At Town Hall Meeting

Feedback will strongly affect the board’s final decision at placement on the ballot. Community opinion surveys will be mailed out to members of the public as well this spring. Further community forums would be held in the spring, with the college planning to use that feedback to decide whether or not to place the measure on the November ballot.

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More Specifics Emerge on Consumers Energy Smart Meter Rollout

The installation process will take less than five minutes per meter and will require a brief power interruption. Letters will be received by customers approximately one month ahead of time. If a customer is home at the time of installation, the meter changer will knock and notify the resident of the power interruption. If a resident is not home, a door hanger will be left to indicate the swap.

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In Light of Consolidation, Muskegon Public Schools Administration Details Plans For 2012-2013 Teacher Hiring

During Tuesday’s board meeting, Savage made a correction on a May 1 memo regarding the rehiring process for sixth grade teachers. “Sixth grade teachers will not automatically displaced but will receive assignments based on their seniority and level of certification,” said assistant superintendent Betty Savage.

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Muskegon Heights-based Webb Chemical Plans $4 Million Expansion, Looking to Hire

Webb Chemical currently pulls 10% of its staff from within the city limits of Muskegon Heights. Webb CFO and owner Brad Hilleary indicated that many jobs available of late or will be available soon are warehousing jobs. Ability to operate a forklift is necessary, but more importantly chemical handling experience is of high importance. “Chemicals scare people,” said Hilleary. “I need that comfort level of someone who’s had that experiences before.”

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