Scottville Report

Ludington, Scottville, PM boards to meet tonight to discuss brownfield authorities.

May 31, 2022

Ludington, Scottville, PM boards to meet tonight to discuss brownfield authorities. By Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief. LUDINGTON — A historic special meeting will take place today at the Ludington Municipal Building. For the first time, the governing boards of the City of Ludington, City of Scottville and Pere Marquette Charter Township, will meet in session in the same room. The topic…

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Scottville Commission approves resolution pursuing charter amendments. 

May 23, 2022

Scottville Commission approves resolution pursuing charter amendments.  By Rob Alway Rob Alway is editor-in-chief and owner of Mason County Press. He is also an elected city commissioner/mayor pro-tem of the City of Scottville. He writes this column as a way to communicate with constituents as a commissioner. SCOTTVILLE — During the regular meeting of the City Commission on Monday, May…

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MCC’s Tom Thomas loved music, loved his students

May 2, 2022

MCC’s Tom Thomas loved music, loved his students; community mourns his passing. By Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief. SCOTTVILLE — Mason County Central Schools lost its music man this morning. Long-time band director Tom Thomas passed away at his home early this morning. He was 65-years-old. Tom taught music at MCC for 22 years, making him the longest serving band director in…

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Smith & Eddy donates to Scottville Optimist Park project. 

May 2, 2022

Smith & Eddy donates to Scottville Optimist Park project.  By Rob Alway, Editor-in-Chief. SCOTTVILLE — Smith & Eddy Insurance recently announced its support of the Scottville Optimist Park and Sculpture project with a $50,000 donation. The financial commitment comes from three sources, Smith & Eddy Insurance principal Patricia Smith, Smith & Eddy Insurance, and corporate partnership Auto-Owners Insurance.  A contribution…

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Scottville approves marijuana ordinance. 

April 25, 2022

Scottville approves marijuana ordinance.  SCOTTVILLE — Scottville City Commission passed an ordinance Monday evening allowing marijuana businesses, both recreational and medical, in select zones of the city. The ordinance passed unanimously 7-0. The ordinance will take effect in 15 days, but that does not mean that marijuana businesses will instantly be appearing in the city. City Attorney Carlos Alvarado explained…

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