An east addition would be for a receiving building and kitchen.
Bid openings are set for December with the construction contract to be awarded in January.
She and township board members set to work revising the township's blight laws, specifically provisions dealing with tearing down condemned structures.“We set up a dangerous buildings program and since then took down 15 homes.
If they weren't torn down they were fixed up which has added value to Covert,” Rose said.
"But these are different days."In other matters, commissioners ratified a three-year contract with the Police Officers Labor Council, which represents about 30 command and corrections officers.
The officers will receive 2 percent raises each year plus receive 0 per semester for career enhancement classes approved by the sheriff. "They put their life on the line every day to protect us as citizens," Cultra said.
About million of the work is scheduled to take place at Baseline Middle School and at Lincoln Elementary School. If the legislation is approved and he receives it, it will mark the third time a South Haven veteran has received the Medal of Honor.There's also concern about whether Palisades Nuclear Plant — one of the county's largest employers — will survive into the future as a deregulated plant that is forced to compete with cheaper fuel offered by natural gas plants and renewable energy sources.She said she hopes the future will be good for her hometown. Sometimes you need to be still, but for me it won't be for long.”By ROD SMITHFor the Tribune The Van Buren County Board of Commissioners are officially placing a millage request on the May 2017 ballot to fund a proposed building expansion program at the courthouse and jail complex, and an adjacent county building, all located in Paw Paw. For a property with a taxable value of ,000, the annual levy would be .One of the hurdles to construction is getting permission from the Village of Paw Paw to build on St. But Commissioner John "Mike" Henry didn't see that as a lock-in.Assuming the millage is passed "the board is not obligated the levy the millage at all," Henry said.Work at Baseline will include roofing, mechanical, plumbing upgrades, and a new, secure entrance, said Kevin Dee, district director of non-instructional services. The 9,000 work at Lincoln will include mechanical and plumbing work, new windows and the addition of a secure entrance vestibule. The other two recipients were Civil War veteran William Wilcox and Korean War veteran Duane Dewey.