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FOR RENT

WHY RENT WHEN YOU can own just as cheaply? Call Binns Realty to find out how. 517-486-3121 or 517-605-0460. 8/27tfn

FOR SALE

Eliminate high heating costs. Central Boiler’s all-new Classic Edge OUTDOOR WOOD FURNACE. Call Today! Midwest Outdoor Furnace 734-755-2005 5/4

HELP WANTED

Drivers: Dedicated home daily! Run MTS Trucks/Trailers. Avg. $175-$200/day. CDL-A, 6 mos. OTR. Apply: www.mtstrans.com, 800-305-7223. 5/4

Full and part time. Apply at Beckey’s Kountry Kitchen. 5/4

Temporary Seasonal worker wanted. Position is for approximately 16 weeks, ending around Labor Day. Under general supervision, maintains dowtown mini-park garden and planters including: weeding, cultivating, and watering. Position is for an average of 15 flexible hours a week. Pay is $9/hr. Must be at least 16 years of age. Applicants must complete an application form with the Village of Blissfield. Deadline is May 13. 5/4

3 positions – Temporary/seasonal work cultivating, harvesting blackberries, sweet corn, tomatoes, from 5/15/2016 to 9/15/2016 at JB Farm Market LLC, Richwood, OH.  This job requires a minimum of three months of agricultural employment experience, preferably on a fruit/vegetable farm. Saturday work required.  Must be able to lift/carry 60 lbs.  The highest of $12.07/hr or current applicable AEWR or applicable piece rate depending on crop activity.  Raise/bonus at employer discretion. Workers are guaranteed ¾ of work hours of total period.  Work tools, supplies, equipment supplied by employer without charge to worker. Housing with kitchen facilities provided at no cost to only those workers who are not reasonably able to return same day to their place of residence at time of recruitment.  Transportation and subsistence expenses to work site will be paid to nonresident workers not later than upon completion of 50% of the job contract.  Interviews required.  Apply for this job at nearest State Workforce Agency in state in which this ad appears, or Northwest Michigan Works! Service Center, 1040 S. Winter St., Suite 1014, Adrian, MI 49221.  Provide copy of this ad.  OH  Job Order #3137406. 5/4

SERVICES

PIONEER POLE BUILDINGS
Free Estimates. Licensed and insured. 45 year Warranty. 2×6 Trusses. Gal value Steel. 19 Colors. Since 1976. #1 in Michigan. Call Today 1-800-292-0679.

DAVE BECKER Plastering.
New walls and ceilings plus patching. Free estimates. No job too small. 20 years experience 734-854-6474. 15tfn

AFFORDABLE Motorcycle repair, ATV, dirt bike, small engine repair. 20 years Harley Davidson experience. Call Bob Stahl 517-486-4818. Check us out on Facebook! 2/9tfn

Piano Tuning & repair. Experienced and reasonable since 1978. Call 419-691-0524 or 567-868-8377 5/4

REAL ESTATE

Fairfield township Estate seeks bids to purchase 28 x 44 ranch house at 2920 E. Mulberry Rd, 3 BR, 1 1/2 baths, full basement, 2 car garage, 1.4 acre lot. Open House April 17 and May 1, 2 – 5 p.m. For details and bid sheet, call Bruggeman Law Office, 517-263-7897. Bid deadline May 12, 2016, 4:00 p.m. 5/11

NOTICE

Village of Blissfield
Amendment to tree ordinance
A regular meeting of the Village Council of the Village of Blissfield, Michigan, was held in the Council Room in said Village on the 25th day of April, 2016.
A. Ray Jones, presided.
Trustees Present: George Brown, Mike Gunter, Randy Kelley, Bob Valdez, and Art Weeber.
Trustees Absent: Mark Burgermeister.
The following Amendment to the Tree Ordinance was introduced by Trustee Weeber, and seconded by Trustee Brown.
WHEREAS, the Blissfield Village Council desires to amend its Tree Ordinance,
NOW THEREFORE BE IT ORDAINED that Section 125.008 is hereby canceled and deleted in its entirety and the following Section 125.008 Protection of trees and shrubs is hereby inserted into and made part of said Ordinance, to-wit:
125.008 Protection of trees and shrubs.
Sec. 8. No person shall break, injure, mutilate, kill or destroy any tree or shrub or set any fire or permit any fire or the heat of thereof to injure any portion of the tree. No toxic chemicals or other injurious materials shall be allowed to seep, drain, or emptied on, near, or about any street. No tree located in the Village right-of-way or on Village property may be tapped or drained for its sap/syrup.
Shade Trees (Ch. No. 12000)
During any erection, repair, alteration, or removal of any building or structure it shall be unlawful, for the person or persons in charge of such erection, repair or alteration or removal, to leave any tree in or upon any public highway or public place in the vicinity of such building or structure without such good and sufficient guard or protector as shall prevent injury to such tree arising out of or by reason of such erection, repair, alteration or removal. All moving of trees, plants, and shrubs, in or upon any public highway or place made necessary for the moving of a buildingor structure or any other purpose shalll be done by the superintendent of Publc Works or under his supervision a the expense of the appllicant. Should such moving or replanting cause the death of such tree, plant, or shrub, the applicant shall replace the same at his expense.
BE IT FURTHER ORDAINED that Section 125.013 Penalties is hereby inserted into and made part of said Ordinance, to-wit:
Penalties.
Sec. 13. Any person, persons, firm, association, partnership or corporation who himself or itself or by his or its clerk, agent or employee shall violate any of the provisions this Ordinance shall be guilty of a civil infraction and upon conviction thereof be subject to a fine of not more than $100.00 pplus the cost of prosecution and the cost of any damage done.
This Ordinance shall take effect twenty (20) days after its publication.
The above Ordinance was voted upon by the Council and declared adopted, the Trustees voting thereon as follows:
Yes: George Brown, Mike Gunter, Randy Kelley, Bob Valdez, Art Weeber, and A. Ray Jones.
No: None.
A. Ray Jones, President
Laura Neuman, Clerk (495)

NOTICE

Village of Blissfield
Official Council
Proceedings
A regular council meeting was called to order by the President, A. Ray Jones, on April 25, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. Trustees Present: President A. Ray Jones, George Brown, Michael Gunter, Randy Kelley, Bob Valdez, Arthur Weeber.
Trustees Absent: Mark Burgermeister.
A motion by Trustee Kelley and seconded by Trustee Brown and unanimously approved by the council to approve the minutes of the April 11, 2016 meeting, as presented.
A resolution by Trustee Valdez and seconded by Trustee Gunter and unanimously approved by the council to waive the Personnel Policies and Procedures’ position vacancy requirement for the management differential pay for the Assistant Department of Public Works Supervisor, Brent Kastel, retroactive to January 18, 2016.
A resolution by Trustee Weeber and seconded by Trustee Brown and unanimously approved by the council to authorize the purchase of one (1) London Fog ULV Model 81-20 mosquito sprayer from Bayside Vector Control (Aurora, IL), for their cost of $10,500.00.
A resolution by Trustee Weeber and seconded by Trustee Kelley and unanimously approved by the council to authorize the transmission repair of the Department of Public Work’s 2005 Ford F750, at H & H Repair in Blissfield, for their estimated price of $4,527.90.
A resolution by Trustee Kelley and seconded by Trustee Valdez and unanimously approved by the council to adopt the Blissfield Police Department Policy and Procedures for Police Operation of Motor Vehicles and Pursuits.
A motion by Trustee Weeber and seconded by Trustee Brown and unanimously approved by the council to adopt an Amendment to the Tree Ordinance.
A resolution by Trustee Gunter and seconded by Trustee Weeber and unanimously approved by the council to accept the mid-year budget amendments to the 2015-2016 Village Budget, as presented.
A motion by Trustee Kelley and seconded by Trustee Weeber and unanimously approved by the council to adjourn the meeting at 7:51 p.m.
A. Ray Jones, President
Laura Neuman, Clerk (321)

MEMORIUM

In Memory of
Grace Crots
Our wonderful, loving mother, who was faithful to her Lord, who taught us strong Christian values. Lyle Crots, Lynn Crots, Donald, Crots, Darlene Crots (Creque), Louis Crots, Larry Crots, Lester Crots. 5/4

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