Information the public should know

Dear Editor, Prior to the Almont Board of Education voting on the bond issue, there are several items of information that the public should know. Item I: New High School option: Several people on Facebook have expressed their opinion that we should be building an...

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Letter was right on

Dear Editor, Last week's letter from Tom about Bridge Cards was right on. I've been saying the same thing for the last three years. It started when our Federal and State governments started paying people to stay home during Covid. Teens to seniors realized all...

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There needs to be decisive action

Dear Editor, I support moving Michigan's energy grid onto renewable sources: wind, solar and hydro especially. I could turn the argument on township governments having control of permitting solar farms around and ask, what business do township boards have telling...

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Sponsors make the Camel Races a success!

Dear Editor, The Family Literacy Center would like to thank the generous sponsors and guests who helped make their October 13 Camel Race Fundraiser a success. This event helped raise more than $40,000 to support the Center's programs. Family Literacy Center would like...

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Speak your mind tonight, 7:30 pm

Dear Editor, Hey folks are you ready to see this three-stop light town of Imlay City start to grow by around 250 acres and Imlay Township shrink by the same? More subdivisions, more restaurants more industry are just ideas tossed out to the Imlay Township Planning...

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Capac lost great citizen, family man

Dear Editor, Capac lost a great citizen with the passing of John Grzyb on October 11. A great, loving, caring and devoted husband of 53 years to Sandy, father, grandfather, and great grandfather who would never be listed in any "who’s who" of Michigan, but to the...

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Transparency in our bridge program

Dear Editor, A few months ago, I received a letter from the Health Department telling me I had been approved for a "bridge card". Now some people think of a bridge card as the Holy Grail, the key to a more comfortable life. If they acquire one, they consider...

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Factual information on school bond

Dear Editor, As a parent of current students in the Almont School District, I want to assist our community in educating themselves on the bond proposal. There has been a lot written and said of the 2024 Almont Bond proposal recently. Unfortunately, the opinions...

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Future leaders for a few athletes?

Dear Editor, At the Sept. 11 meeting the Almont school board continued to ponder the addition of a fieldhouse to the Almont school complex. They began the project with a 2.6-acre fieldhouse at a cost of $62 million then downsized it to 2 acres at a cost of a little...

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Thank you Almont sponsors, friends

Dear Editor, To the Almont Community, the Almont Community Park Board members are extending their thanks and gratitude for being able to host seven out of eight scheduled bands for Music in The Park 2023 Series. Sadly, due to weather complications, one of the bands...

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