Ludington City Council Wrap June 27th 2016

The Ludington City Council met for the last time under the mayoral leadership of Ryan Cox who will officially step down June 30th at the close of business.  Mayor Pro-Tem Kaye Ferguson Holman will assume partial mayoral duties until her term expires on December 31st of this year.  The big take away from the meeting last night was the approval of a Special Election to be held during the General Election, November 8th to fill the soon to be vacated Mayor position.  All petitions to be on the ballot for the special election must be filed by August 2nd at 4:00 pm.  Other issues discussed during the light agenda included a request for a July 3rd street closure for the second annual ‘Fish Bash 2’.  Contracts with Tye’s Incorporated, Safety Decals and Michigan Threadworks were also approved for Rain Art Stencil creation. 

Two Local Athletes Named Mason County Sports HOF 'Athletes of the Year'

Congratulations to Spencer Knizacky and Kylie Mount for winning the 2016 Mason County Sports Hall of Fame Athletes of the Year. Both are not only great athletes, but also great leaders and citizens on and off the field. Both will be honored, June 18th at Historic White Pine Village at noon with a banquet to follow at Lincoln Hills Golf Club at 6:00 pm. Tickets can be purchased for the banquet at the Ludington-Scottville Chamber of Commerce or by calling 231-845-0324.

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