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March 31 2000 Nick Miron is painting the bunkroom

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first_imgMarch 31, 2000Nick Miron is painting the bunkrooms during camp synergy. Photo by: DoctressNeutopialast_img

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Rep Hauck applauds additional state aid following flooding

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first_img Categories: Hauck News Disaster and Emergency Contingency Fund now open to Midland, Isabella countiesState Rep. Roger Hauck today announced the state’s Disaster and Emergency Contingency Fund is now available to provide financial assistance to local communities after severe flooding caused extensive damages on June 22-23.“When our community got hit hard by the flooding last month, local first responders and relief agencies stepped up to ensure the health and safety of residents, and I commend them for their impressive response,” said Hauck, of Union Township. “The disaster continues to take a toll, however, stretching the budgets of local cities, villages, townships and counties that experienced unexpected expenses while responding to the flooding. I applaud the governor for making money from the state’s Disaster and Emergency Contingency Fund available to help reimburse communities for some costs they have incurred.”Eligible local governments affected by the flooding in Bay, Isabella, Gladwin and Midland counties can apply for assistance grants for up to $100,000 or 10 percent of the previous year’s operating budget, whichever is less.The Disaster and Emergency Contingency Fund is used when communities demonstrate an exhaustion of local resources during a disaster or emergency. The money can be applied toward the immediate prevention, response and recovery of a disaster or emergency, as well as cover overtime for public employees, contracts used during the response, shelter supplies, gasoline used during the response and repair of public buildings and infrastructure.Under extraordinary circumstances, the governor may authorize reimbursement from the fund to provide state assistance to counties and municipalities when federal assistance is not available.The Michigan State Police, Emergency Management and Homeland Security Division will administer the grant program and assist local governments applying for the funds.### 25Jul Rep. Hauck applauds additional state aid following floodinglast_img read more

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Rep Slagh protects property buyers local communities with signed tax payment fix

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first_img A proposal from state Rep. Bradley Slagh protecting Michigan taxpayers who buy subdivided property was recently signed into law by the governor.House Bill 4055, now Public Act 23 of 2019, addresses the issue of unpaid property taxes on land that may be subdivided. Slagh’s change will help solve the problem of delinquent tax payments when land is split up and ensure new owners will not be responsible for unpaid property tax bills of previous owners.“It’s quite the unpleasant surprise for a new owner to have an outstanding, unpaid property tax bill from a previous owner,” said Slagh, of Zeeland, who previously served as Ottawa County treasurer from 2007-18. “Communities rely on property tax revenue as a key funding source to operate, and this legislation ensures that taxes are paid before splits happen and helps prevent foreclosures.”The new law specifies that before a land parcel division may be complete, property taxes or special assessments on the land slated to be split must be paid.Slagh said the legislation will aid local governments, who rely on prompt property tax payments for revenue and funding vital services citizens rely on.The first-term legislator previously worked in financial services, holds a real estate license and served as Zeeland Township supervisor and Ottawa County treasurer.The proposal had advanced unanimously through the Michigan House and Senate before receiving the governor’s signature. 19Jun Rep. Slagh protects property buyers, local communities with signed tax payment fix Categories: News,Slagh Newslast_img read more

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Canal Plus Group has named Laurent Vallée as secre

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first_imgCanal Plus Group has named Laurent Vallée as secretary-general of the group.Vallée will replace Frédéric Mion and will report to Bertrand Meheut, the group’s president.Vallée was previously a senior official in the French ministry of justice and is also a member of the administrative council of the French professional football league.Mion has been named as president of university Sciences-Po.last_img

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Russias GS Group has launched its first IPTV set

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first_imgRussia’s GS Group has launched its first IPTV set-top box under the General Satellite brand, aimed at internet service providers, OTT operators and content aggregators.The GS H5912 device is designed to provide TV over IP-based networks and supports HD channels and video-on-demand functionality.GS Group said that the box, which was developed over six months at GS Group’s GS Labs centre, is initially targeted at IPTV providers but will be available for OTT service providers “in the near future”.“We follow global trends and strive to provide access to the high-quality digital TV services to an increasing number of users across the country,” said GS Group’s director for strategic marketing, Andrei Bezrukov.“We’ve analysed the rapid spread of OTT technologies and have discovered great prospects in its development in Russia.”The set-top box has been put into production and is ready for large-scale manufacture at GS Group’s Technopolis GS facility in the Kaliningrad region of Russia.last_img read more

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