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Watershed Council Seeking Feedback

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As the Little Manistee Watershed Conservation Council (LMWCC) moves forward with the creation of their Watershed Management Plan, they need public feedback.At a public meeting on Jan. 23, several reports and tests were presented regarding the current and past water quality throughout the watershed. According to the Alliance for Economic Success, the watershed is reporting very well, but there are areas of concern regarding the removal of native vegetation and its effects on erosion within the watershed. Now, the LMWCC needs feedback about the public’s uses of and goals for protecting the watershed as they finalize their plan. The survey is open to anyone who lives in, near or has visited the Little Manistee Watershed. The survey can be found by clicking here.

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Friday Coffee with Council and State Representative

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Ludington City Councilors will begin their own “Coffee Hours” with the first beginning Friday January 26th at 11am at Red Rooster Coffee and Community. Councilors Kathy Winczewski and Dave Bourgette will be available to meet with the public to discuss citizen concerns. 

State Rep. Curt VanderWall of Ludington is also hosting his coffee hours on Friday January 26th. Rep Vanderwall welcomes people to share their thoughts, ideas and concerns about state government.
On Friday, Jan. 26 Representative Curt Vanderwall will be:

8 to 9 a.m. at Scottville City Hall, 105 Main St. in Scottville;
10 to 11 a.m. in the Manistee County Board of Commissioners Room, 415 Third St. in Manistee;
1 to 2 p.m. in the Benzie County Board of Commissioners Room, 448 Court Place in Beulah; and
3 to 4 p.m. in the Leelanau County Board of Commissioners Room, 8527 E. Government Center Drive in Suttons Bay.

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Manistee Revitialized

The League of Women Voters of Manistee County will host “Manistee Revitalized: A Community Exploration of Economic Development” on January 25, 2018 at the Manistee Intermediate School District building, at 7 pm. This meeting is to highlight new approaches for economic development strategies and explore some grassroots success stories. Mark A. Wyckoff, FAICP, an expert in economic and community development from Michigan State University, will be the keynote speaker. Dannee Hoffman, Executive Director & Master Chef of the Iron Works Café, will also speak on the Impact of the Manistee Community Kitchens and Frank Greco from the Vogue Theater Board will discuss the Impact of Vogue Theater.

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