09-27-2018 Watervliet City hears results of SAW Grant Asset Management Plan; groundwater flow into s
MUMS THE WORD…
By Bob Becker, DDA Chairman (Photos by Beth Wagner of B&B Outlet)
On a late summer evening volunteers planted mums purchased from Silverstone Nursery on Main Street as part of the Downtown Development Authority’s (DDA) “Main Street Beautification Plan”. Volunteers included Tyler Cole, Rochelle and Mike Ulleg, Krista Krogel, Lisa Quiroz and Pastor Linda Jackson. Krista Krogel and Rochelle Ulleg are DDA Board members, Tyler, Mike, Lisa and Pastor Linda Jackson are among those who volunteered taking pride in their community. In all 14 mum plants were re-potted into the terra-cotta planters which had previously held summer flowers. This hard working group of volunteers worked efficiently by completing this task in less than two hours. Mike and Rochelle own Robert Michael Salon & Spa, Krista and Tyler are from the Flower Basket, Lisa is a partner at Some Things Different and Pastor Linda is an Associate Pastor from the River Church. Please be sure to thank these hard working volunteers for their handy work.
Watervliet alumnus Mary Ann Lord guest at Plymouth Congregational Church Oct. 7
Plymouth Congregational Church is honored to have Mary Ann Lord, graduate of Watervliet High School, share her mission work on Sunday, Oct. 7. She is currently working on Bible translation with Wycliffe Bible Translators for the people of Peru.
Going after tax scofflaws Berrien County Treasurer partners with Van Buren County Treasurer to continue assisting in homestead review process For the past six years Berrien and Van Buren counties have had an inter-local agreement for Berrien County Treasurer’s office to assist Van Buren County Treasurer’s office examine potential fraudulent homestead claims. During this time millions of dollars have been returned to public education for school in Van Buren County. With the success of the program both Berrien County Treasurer Bret Witkowski and Van Buren Treasurer Karen Mc Kay ask both Boards of Commissioners to extend the agreement another six years, of which both boards have passed the new agreement. This agreement between Berrien County and Van Buren County is the only one of its type in the State of Michigan.
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