Rep. Rendon honors first responders at Sept. 11 ceremony

Rep. Bruce Rendon, R-Lake City, today welcomed Sheriff Edward Stern of Roscommon County to the Capitol as his guests for the Michigan House of Representatives 9/11 Memorial Service. House members invited first responders from their communities to be their guests for the service that also honors first responders who lost their lives in the line of…

Local first responders join Rep. Leutheuser for Sept. 11 ceremony

State Rep. Eric Leutheuser, R-Hillsdale, was joined today in the Capitol rotunda by (from left) Lifecare Ambulance Service Emergency Medical Technician Corey Aulbach, and Robert and Jody Lewis of the Lakeland Fire Department prior to the House of Representatives’ Sept. 11 memorial service on the House floor. House members invited first responders and members of…

Rep. Iden hosts Undersheriff Matyas at state Capitol

PHOTO CUTLINE: State Rep. Brandt Iden, R-Oshtemo, welcomes Kalamazoo County Undersheriff Paul Matyas to the state Capitol for a ceremony honoring first responders. Local heroes from across the state were invited by legislators to attend the ceremony to remember victims and honor heroes who lost their lives in the 9/11 terrorist attacks. The names of…

Local first responders join Rep. Runestad for Sept. 11 ceremony

State Rep. Jim Runestad, R-White Lake, was joined today on the Capitol rotunda by White Lake Township Police Chief Adam Kline and Milford Chief of Police Tom Lindberg prior to the House of Representatives’ Sept. 11 memorial service on the House floor. House members invited first responders and members of the military as their guests…

Rep. Maturen welcomes local first responders to Lansing

PHOTO CUTLINE: State Rep. Dave Maturen, R-Vicksburg, hosted Marshall Director of Public Safety Jim Schwartz and South Kalamazoo County Fire Authority Chief Tracy McMillan at the state Capitol for a ceremony honoring local heroes. First responders and soldiers from across the state were welcomed by lawmakers to attend a ceremony to mark the anniversary of…

Rep. Cox welcomes Chief Caid to state Capitol for 9/11 ceremony

PHOTO CUTLINE: State Rep. Laura Cox, R-Livonia, welcomes Livonia Chief of Police Curtis Caid to the state Capitol for a ceremony honoring first responders. First responders from around the state were invited by lawmakers to attend the ceremony in remembrance of victims who lost their lives in the terrorist attacks that shook America in 2001….

Rep. Webber hosts emergency responders at state Capitol

State Rep. Mike Webber, R-Rochester Hills, hosts Rochester Hills Chief of Fire and Emergency Services Sean Canto and Lieutenant Bill Cook to the state Capitol for a ceremony honoring local heroes. First responders and other heroes from across Michigan were welcomed by legislators to attend a ceremony remembering victims and honoring heroes who lost their…

Rep. Roberts invites Henrietta Township assistant fire chief to state Capitol

PHOTO CUTLINE: State Rep. Brett Roberts, R-Eaton Township, hosts Henrietta Township Assistant Fire Chief Phil Poxson at the state Capitol for a ceremony honoring local heroes. First responders from across the state were welcomed by legislators to attend a ceremony to remember victims and honor heroes who lost their lives in the 2001 terrorist attacks…

Rep. Glenn attends Beaver Township fire safety exercise

The Beaver Township Fire Department received a special training exercise on Sept. 2 for propane fuel emergency responses and state Rep. Gary Glenn dropped in to watch and talk to the local firefighters. “Meeting with local organizations, government boards and residents to discuss state issues and policies are an important part of the state representative…

Rep. Vaupel pleased with Thai Summit expansion

State Rep. Hank Vaupel, R-Fowlerville, participated in a groundbreaking tree ceremony at Thai Summit Corp. earlier this week. The multi-national engineering company announced at the ceremony that it will expand its 976,000-square-foot Howell facility by an additional 54,000 square feet. The expansion will bring with it some 50 job openings for die finishers, machine maintenance…