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Central Boiler certified Classic Edge OUTDOOR WOOD FURNACE. The perfect combination of performance and value. Call today! Midwest Outdoor Furnace 734-755-2005 9/28

You pick pumpkins. 4 pumpkins for $5.00 any size. Located 1270 Grosvenor Hwy., Palmyra. Open dawn to dusk. More info call 517-206-3907. 10/12

SERVICES

DAVE BECKER Plastering.
New walls and ceilings plus patching. Free estimates. No job too small. 30 years experience 734-854- 6474

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!

HELP WANTED

Renaissance is hiring dependable direct support professionals in our Adrian programs. Starting pay – $9.00 After training $9.50 Call 517-920-4447

District Technology Liaison 6.0 hours/day – $12.75/hour. Whiteford Schools, Ottawa Lake, MI. See job posting on website for details: www.whiteford.k12.mi.us 9/28

Blissfield Community Schools is seeking school bus aide, bus driver, sub custodians, and sub kitchen help at $8.90 per hour. Applications may be found online at the Blissfield Community Schools web page
www.blissfieldschools.us or picked up at the bus garage. 9/28

INDUSTRIAL MANUFACTURING WORKERS
PPG Industries, a leading global supplier of high performance
coatings, adhesives and sealants, has entry-level full time openings at our Adrian, Michigan, facility. PPG offers a stable, long term career with a Fortune 200 Company. PPG offers a competitive salary,
medical/dental/vision benefits, a 401K plan, along with paid vacation and paid holidays. WILL TRAIN!

PPG is looking for dedicated employees who are willing to learn and enjoy working as part of a team. Openings are for 2nd & 3rd shifts. Prior manufacturing experience, and/or forklift experience is
preferred. Strong communication and teamwork skills are required.
Positions start at $15.00/hr., with growth potential to over $21 per hour.
To apply you must apply on line at www.jobsppg.com
When asked to pick location….choose ADRIAN
When asked to pick job position….choose PRODUCTION
All candidates must apply using this web application. Only a limited number of applications will be accepted. Resumes or phone calls will not be accepted at the Adrian plant.
Learn more about PPG at www.ppg.com
PPG prides itself on the quality of its employees and as such,
candidates who receive a job offer will be required to successfully pass a hair drug/toxins test and a background check.
PPG Industries, Inc. offers an opportunity to grow and develop your career in an environment that provides a fulfilling workplace for employees, creates an environment for continuous learning, and embraces the ideas and diversity of others. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to sex, pregnancy, race, color, creed, religion, national origin, age, disability status, protected veteran status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other legally
protected status. PPG is an Equal
Opportunity Employer. You may request
a copy of PPG’s affirmative action plan by emailing ppgaap@ppg.com.

GARAGE SALE

Garage Sale 14677 Ottawa Lake Rd. Sept. 29 – 30 & Oct. 1. 9 – 5 p.m. Man’s golf club set, oak medicine cabinet, bedding, winter clothes, clothes all sizes, Too many items to list. 9/28

4 family 104 Haas Dr. Sept. 30 & Oct. 1. 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Beautiful patio lamp. Come check our bargains. 9/28

Large fall Rummage Sale. St. Mary’s Activities Center. 310 Frank Street, Adrian. Thursday, October 6, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Friday, October 7, 8 a.m. – 1 p.m. $2 bag sale on Friday 10/5

NOTICE

Village of Blissfield
Official Council
Proceedings
A regular council meeting was called to order by the President, A. Ray Jones, on September 12, 2016 at 7:00 p.m.
Trustees Present: President A. Ray Jones, George Brown, Mark Burgermeister, Michael Gunter, Randy Kelley, Bob Valdez, Arthur Weeber.
Trustees Absent: None.
A public hearing was held regarding the proposed Village Budget for fiscal year 2016-2017. No citizen comments were made.
A motion by Trustee Burgermeister and seconded by Trustee Weeber and unanimously approved by the council to close the public hearing at 7:02 p.m.
A motion by Trustee Kelley and seconded by Trustee Burgermeister and unanimously approved by the council to approve the minutes of the August 22, 2016 meeting, as presented.
A resolution by Trustee Burgermeister and seconded by Trustee Weeber and unanimously approved by the council to renew the 2016-2017 property and liability insurance with the Michigan Municipal League Liability and Property Pool, through Meadowbrook Insurance Group, for their quoted annual renewal premium of $53,737.00, effective October 1, 2016.
A resolution by Trustee Kelley and seconded by Trustee Weeber and unanimously approved by the council to adopt the fiscal year 2016-2017 Village Budget, as presented.
A resolution by Trustee Kelley and seconded by Trustee Valdez to approve the 2016-2017 wage scale and schedule for village employees, as presented.
Voting Yes: Gunter, Jones, Kelley, Valdez, Weeber.
Voting No: Brown, Burgermeister.
The resolution was approved.
A motion by Trustee Gunter and seconded by Trustee Kelley to amend the Ordinance Establishing Compensation by increasing the salary of the Village President to $4,630.00 per year, effective October 1, 2016.
Voting Yes: Gunter, Jones, Kelley, Weeber.
Voting No: Brown, Burgermeister, Valdez.
The motion was approved.
A motion by Trustee Gunter and seconded by Trustee Kelley to amend the Ordinance Establishing Compensation by increasing the salary of each Village Trustee to $3,200.00 per year, effective October 1, 2016.
Voting Yes: Gunter, Jones, Kelley, Weeber.
Voting No: Brown, Burgermeister, Valdez.
The motion was approved.
A motion by Trustee Gunter and seconded by Trustee Kelley to amend the Ordinance Establishing Compensation by increasing the salary of the Village Clerk to $1,510.00 per year plus additional compensation of $42,885.00 per year, effective October 1, 2016.
Voting Yes: Gunter, Jones, Kelley, Weeber.
Voting No: Brown, Burgermeister, Valdez.
The motion was approved.
A motion by Trustee Gunter and seconded by Trustee Kelley to amend the Ordinance Establishing Compensation by increasing the salary of the Village Treasurer to $1,420.00 per year plus additional compensation of $42,025.00 per year, effective October 1, 2016.
Voting Yes: Gunter, Jones, Kelley, Weeber.
Voting No: Brown, Burgermeister, Valdez.
The motion was approved.
A motion by Trustee Gunter and seconded by Trustee Kelley to amend the Ordinance Establishing Compensation by increasing the retainer of the Village Attorney to $3,200.00 per year, effective October 1, 2016.
Voting Yes: Gunter, Jones, Kelley, Weeber.
Voting No: Brown, Burgermeister, Valdez.
The motion was approved.
A motion by Trustee Gunter and seconded by Trustee Brown to amend the Ordinance Establishing Compensation by increasing the salary of each member of the Library Board to $510.00 per year, effective October 1, 2016.
Voting Yes: Gunter, Jones, Kelley, Weeber.
Voting No: Brown, Burgermeister, Valdez.
The motion was approved.
A motion by Trustee Gunter and seconded by Trustee Weeber to amend the Ordinance Establishing Compensation by increasing the salary of the Planning Commission Chairman to $850.00 per year, the salary of each Planning Commission Member to $705.00 per year, and the salary of the Planning Commission Secretary to $1,360.00 per year, effective October 1, 2016.
Voting Yes: Gunter, Jones, Kelley, Weeber.
Voting No: Brown, Burgermeister, Valdez.
The motion was approved.
A motion by Trustee Gunter and seconded by Trustee Kelley to amend the Ordinance Establishing Compensation by increasing the compensation for the Building Inspector to $41.50 per each inspection, effective October 1, 2016.
Voting Yes: Gunter, Jones, Kelley, Weeber.
Voting No: Brown, Burgermeister, Valdez.
The motion was approved.
A motion by Trustee Gunter and seconded by Trustee Kelley to amend the Ordinance Establishing Compensation by increasing the compensation for the Electrical Inspector to eighty percent (80%) of permit fees, effective October 1, 2016.
Voting Yes: Gunter, Jones, Kelley, Weeber.
Voting No: Brown, Burgermeister, Valdez.
The motion was approved.
A motion by Trustee Gunter and seconded by Trustee Kelley to amend the Ordinance Establishing Compensation by increasing the compensation for the Mechanical/Plumbing Inspectors to $40.00 per inspection and eighty percent (80%) of permit fees, effective October 1, 2016.
Voting Yes: Gunter, Jones, Kelley, Weeber.
Voting No: Brown, Burgermeister, Valdez.
The motion was approved.
A motion by Trustee Kelley and seconded by Trustee Weeber to amend the Water Supply and Sewage Disposal Ordinance by amending the rates charged for water and sewer services, effective October 15, 2016.
Voting Yes: Brown, Gunter, Jones, Weeber.
Voting No: Burgermeister, Kelley, Valdez.
The motion was approved.
A motion by Trustee Gunter and seconded by Trustee Weeber and unanimously approved by the council to amend the fee schedule for various village services, effective October 1, 2016.
A resolution by Trustee Gunter and seconded by Trustee Brown and unanimously approved by the council to authorize payment of the following bills and electronic transactions:
General Fund $ 30,949.79
Major Street Fund
$ 28,260.62
Local Street Fund
$ 16,448.49
Municipal Street Fund
$ 4,654.19
Utility Fund $157,375.69
Motor Vehicle Fund
$ 2,301.14
Payroll Fund $124,282.29
Downtown Development Authority $ 10,855.55
Building Inspection Fund
$ 3,412.24
Recreation Fund $ 2,634.21
Library Fund $ 3,877.21
Franklin Street Debt Fund
$ 18,957.50
Trust & Agency Fund
$ 915.00
Garbage Fund $ 4,850.00
A resolution by Trustee Kelley and seconded by Trustee Brown and unanimously approved by the council to authorize James Wonacott, Village Administrator, to enter into a contract with Dillon’s Environmental to temporarily
operate the Wastewater Treatment Plant.
A motion by Trustee Burgermeister and seconded by Trustee Brown and unanimously approved by the council to adjourn the meeting at 8:08 p.m.
Laura Neuman, Clerk
A. Ray Jones, President (1012)

NOTICE

Palmyra Township Board
September 9, 2016 Regular Meeting
-Synopsis-
Present: James Isley, Angela Koester, Dale Terry , Steve Papenhagen and Perry Pooley
Absent: None
The August 11, 2016 Regular Meeting minutes were approved. Time was allotted for public comment and all reports received were approved as presented.
Communications: Items discussed: Cemeteries, Rouget Rd. drainage.
Unfinished Business: Ite-ms discussed: Manor Farms water “flushing” points resolution, Ceiling Repair, Boiler Repair, Water/Sewer Fee Collection Public Hearing, Means of Water/sewer Fee Collection, Sycamore St. Drainage, Driveway Repair, Zoning Ordinance Adoption Procedure.
New Business: Items discussed: Sidewalk Repair, Nexus Pipeline Position, Marijuana Moratorium Extension, EMT Training, Fire Hose Testing, Engine 2 Generator, Cemetery Fall Cleanup, Township Hall.
Bill Payment: All bills were approved for payment as presented for the Township and PTFD.
Complete Minutes of these or any other Palmyra Township meeting may be obtained from Clerk Angie Koester, P.O. Box 97, Palmyra, MI 49268.
Approved minutes can be viewed on our website at www.palmyratownship.net. Next regular meeting: October 13, 2016.
Respectfully Submitted,
Angie Koester, Clerk (171)

NOTICE

Blissfield Township Notice of Cemetery Cleanup
Blissfield Township will be having fall cleanup at Pleasant View, Crane and Spiegel Cemeteries. All trees and bushes must be trimmed around monuments; all flowers and decorative items must be removed or they will be discarded.
Deadline for removal is October 15, 2016.
Decorations may be placed on graves after October 16, 2016.
Nancy Cranor, Blissfield Township Clerk

NOTICE

Palmyra Township Notice of Public Hearing
The Palmyra Township Board will hold a public hearing during the next regular scheduled meeting on October 13, 2016 at 7:00 pm in the Township Community Room to discuss and review the Proposed Zoning Ordinance that has been approved by the Lenawee County Planning Commission. Written comments must be received no later than October 12, 2016 and may be mailed to:
Palmyra Township
PO Box 97
Palmyra, MI 49268
For questions regarding this matter, please contact Clerk Angie Koester at 517-215-0958 or Supervisor James Isley at 517-486-3046.

NOTICE

Village of Blissfield Ground Maintenance
Village of Blissfield, MI. Position will be responsible for fall leaf pick-up and various grounds maintenance tasks on Village property during the 2016 fall season. Experience not required, but helpful. Applicants should call the Blissfield Village Office, at (517) 486-4347, or pick up an application at the Village Office, 130 S. Lane St., in Blissfield. Equal Opportunity Employer.

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