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Rep. Maturen issues statement on Supreme Court ‘dark store’ ruling

State Rep. David Maturen of Vicksburg today issued the following statement after the Michigan Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal from Menard Inc. in the ‘dark store’ tax case involving the City of Escanaba: “The Supreme Court made the right decision to leave the Court of Appeals ruling intact. It is a clear victory…

Rep. Farrington urges commuters to plan for I-696 construction in Macomb County

State Rep. Diana Farrington has received numerous inquiries concerning construction planned for 2018 on Interstate 696 in Macomb County. Eastbound I-696 will remain open from I-75 to I-94 while the westbound lanes will be closed from I-94 to I-75. The closing of one direction of the freeway will provide a safer work zone for construction…

Rep. Lower invites residents to chronic wasting disease townhall

State Rep. Jim Lower of Cedar Lake is inviting residents of Montcalm County to a townhall event on chronic wasting disease on Wednesday, Oct. 25 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Montcalm County Fairgrounds, 8784 Peck Road in Greenville at the Ash Foundation Building. “The discovery of chronic wasting disease in our area is…

LaSata bills allow volunteers to play role in preserving Michigan rivers, shorelines

State Rep. Kim LaSata today introduced legislation to streamline rules regulating Michigan’s Adopt-a-River and Adopt-a-Shoreline programs. LaSata, of Bainbridge Township, said the programs are currently underutilized. Her legislation calls on the Michigan Department of Natural Resources to administer the programs and offer information to the public about how to become involved. “Many people who are…


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