State Rep. David Martin of Davison this week welcomed Michigan Sugar Company Queen Shaelynn Lavrack to the state Capitol and presented her with a state tribute. Lavrack is a graduate of Montrose High School and is currently attending Cornerstone University, where she majors in broadcast communications. The Michigan Sugar Queen Scholarship was created to offer young women an opportunity to represent Michigan Sugar Company, the industry and community.
At a 9/11 ceremony at the state Capitol, state Rep. Dave Martin today paid tribute to Ronald “Mike” Bierlien of Clio, a paramedic who passed away from COVID-19, and welcomed Chief Brian Flewelling of the Davison-Richfield Area Fire Department as his guest to the event.
Rep. Martin talks about the small business roundtable he held this week in Davison, saying that issues like COIVD and state regulations are among the chief concerns of family and local businesses in Genesee County.
State Rep. David Martin today said the people of Michigan deserve answers from the state’s Unemployment Insurance Agency after a letter from the federal government revealed the state agency hid an error from the public for six months before recipients were notified.