Mason County Board of Commissioners

County will vote on road patrol grant Tuesday

August 12, 2013

LUDINGTON — Mason County Sheriff Kim Cole is asking the Mason County Board of Commissioners approve a grant that helps pay for part of a road patrol officer. On Tuesday, the commissioners are expected to vote on the grant request through the Michigan Office of Highway Safety Planning. The $51,000 secondary road patrol grant provides enough funding to pay for…

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County commission will consider sheriff’s requests for boat repairs

May 14, 2013

LUDINGTON – The Mason County Board of Commissioners is expected to take action this morning on the purchase of new boat motors for the Mason County Sheriff’s Office’s marine patrol boats. “The state of our patrol boats is dismal,” Sheriff Kim Cole wrote to Mason County Administrator Fabian Knizacky in a Feb. 15, 2013 memo. “Currently we have one working…

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County expected to endorse tech park

April 9, 2013

LUDINGTON — The Mason County Board of Commissioners is expected to pass a resolution supporting the proposed Great Lakes Technology Park tonight during its regular meeting. The State of Michigan has issued a request for proposals provide data hosting facilities to house essential electronic data that will enable the state government to better serve its citizens. The proposal request includes…

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County to hire windmill flicker monitor

April 8, 2013

LUDINGTON — Mason County will soon have a part-time seasonal employee whose purpose will be to monitor the flicker caused by wind turbines in the Lake Winds Energy Park in Riverton and Summit townships. The county commission is expected to approve the $2,500 a year position at its regular meeting Tuesday night. Zoning and Building Director Mary Reilly told the…

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Dunlap expected to be appointed to planning commission

April 8, 2013

LUDINGTON — Dennis Dunlap is expected to be appointed to the Mason County Planning Commission Tuesday during the regular meeting of the Mason County Board of Commissioners. Dunlap was selected among four people who were interviewed last week in front of the county’s Buildings, Planning, Drains and Airport committee. He is the president of Westshore Engineering of Muskegon and resides…

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