The Ludington City council met last night. Communications with city officials began with Vic Burwell and Ed Miller presenting on the 2017 Ludington Lake Jump benefitting the Mason County Sport Hall of Fame. Revenue created by the 2017 Lake Jump would go toward educational and hands on activities inside the Hall of Fame. Mayor Pro-tem Kaye Ferguson Holman recognized Barry Neil with House of Flavors restaurants for the Guinness World Record Longest Ice Cream and proclaimed the 2nd Saturday in June as “Ice Cream Day” Mr. Neil thanked the community for working together to make the event a success. The ratifications agreement between the city of ludington and Fraternal Order Police of Labor Council was approved as well as salary amounts for Treasurer and Clerk. The City resolved to amend the Solid Waste Management Plan to allow household waste from Mason County to be sent to landfills in Wexford County. The final item of business was the consent of easement holder for Straits Steel and Wire. Years of waste from Straits steel and wire has contaminated the property. Straits steel and wire has cleaned the property to the requirements of a “no action order” requiring no additional clean up at this time. This would make the property restricted to industrial use. They need the consent of both Dead Poet LLC, the current owner of the property, and the city to leave the property as is. The city approved the easement and reserved the right to request reimbursement if any additional clean up for the property is required.