Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement results released

Posted on: June 26th, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

With Michigan’s Click It or Ticket enforcement campaign now complete, preliminary reports indicate law enforcement officers from 109 local police departments, sheriff offices, and Michigan State Police (MSP) posts in 38 counties conducted 8,145 traffic stops resulting in 2,930 seat belt and child restraint citations between May 20 – June 2.
In addition, officers issued 693 speeding citations, made 13 alcohol-related arrests, and 45 other felony arrests.
Michigan law requires drivers, front seat passengers, and passengers age 15 and younger, in any seating position, to be buckled up. Children must be in a car seat or booster seat until they are 8 years old or 4’9” and children under 4 years old must be in the backseat.

Michigan AG Nessel and Michigan Supreme Court Justice Cavanagh Continue Elder Abuse Listening Tour in Southwest Michigan

Posted on: June 26th, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

Michigan Attorney General Nessel and Michigan Supreme Court Justice Cavanagh will be in our area for their Elder Abuse Listening Tour.  
These are the third and fourth stops on a joint listening tour to identify issues facing Michigan seniors to better guide the Attorney General’s Elder Abuse Task Force. The tour will be at the Berrien County Health Department, 2149 E. Napier Ave. in Benton Harbor on July 8th from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Then on July 9th Nessel and Cavanagh will travel to the Kalamazoo County Juvenile Home at 1424 Gull Rd. in Kalamazoo from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. 
At least 73,000 older adults in Michigan are victims of elder abuse at the hands of individuals entrusted to care for them. The listening tour provides a forum for members of the senior community to share concerns surrounding this often underrecognized and underreported social problem.

Roslin Road in Benton Township To Remain Closed

Posted on: June 25th, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

Roslin Road will remain closed to thru traffic, where most recently a culvert replacement took place. The road department anticipates paving by contractors will begin sometime this week.
The road will remain closed to thru traffic just north of I-94 on until paving takes place.

Timber Advisory Council Conference Call, Citizens Input Welcome

Posted on: June 25th, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

The Department of Natural Resources says they are committed to providing Michigan citizens the opportunity to share input and ideas on policy decisions, programs and other aspects of natural resource management and outdoor recreation opportunities. This includes the The Timber Advisory Council, which will have a conference call July 12, 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. The council provides advice and counsel to the governor, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, the Michigan Economic Development Corporation and the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development on timber management matters and how to foster the growth of the timber industry in the state. Dial 888-557-8511, access code 8718230 (Contact: Kimberley Korbecki, 517-284-5876) .

Dowagiac Police arrest a driver for several violations after investigating a hit and run traffic crash.

Posted on: June 25th, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

On Friday, morning Officers of the Dowagiac Police Department were dispatched to a traffic crash on E. Division St. near W. Railroad St. where a vehicle rolled on its side and the occupants were injured and trapped.  Officers arrived along with the Dowagiac and members of the Wayne Township Fire Departments. Officers were advised that the suspect vehicle had fled the scene after the crash. Witnesses advised that the suspect vehicle ran the stop sign at the intersection of E. Division St. struck the other vehicle in the passenger side rear door which caused it to roll on its side. The suspect then fled the area at a high rate of speed with witnesses attempting to follow it.
Dowagiac and Wayne Township Firefighters extricated the three occupants out of the vehicle. They were transported to the hospital for treatment of minor injuries and later released.
Officers located the suspect and vehicle at a residence in the 400 block of Michigan Ave. in Dowagiac. Officers learned that his license was suspended and that he had been drinking all morning.  The driver, a 21 year old from South Bend was arrested for Operating While Intoxicated, Leaving the Scene of a Personal Injury Crash, and Driving While License Suspended.

Property Seizure Scam In Berrien County

Posted on: June 25th, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

Berrien County Treasurer Bret Witkowski would like to warn property owners in Berrien County that there is a scam where people receive a letter in the U.S. Mail stating that “Property Seizure is Imminent” and they are asked to call a toll free number. The letter suggests that property seizure is imminent if the property owner doesn’t call the stated number and pay the balance of the lien over the phone.

Treasurer Witkowski suggests that anyone in Berrien County who receives the letter, should ignore the letter. Residents are reminded to never provide any banking information over the phone to an unknown party.

M-140 Closure In Berrien County

Posted on: June 25th, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

M-140 is closed to thru traffic between Sinclair Road and Sommer Road in Pipestone Township.The closure is due to a culvert replacement taking place by the Michigan Department of Transportation. This project is expected to run through Friday.

Personalize Your Special Day with Taylor Rental

Posted on: June 25th, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

It’s officially wedding season, and Taylor Rental Party Plus in Benton Harbor is here to help!

Taylor Rental Party Plus carries everything you need to make your day special. From dishes and silverware, to chairs, decor, and menus, Taylor Rental has you covered. The staff is trained to help you effectively plan and book your event at an affordable and convenient cost.

Are you a bride or groom in a pinch and need some last minute details ASAP? Taylor Rental can help with that too! While the staff prefers a 2 week notice to ensure you receive the best service possible, they are available to assist you and rent any last minute items if available.

Give our friends at Taylor Rental Party Plus a call today at (269) 925-2125, or stop in to view their beautiful themed displays and table settings at 2524 M-139, Benton Harbor, MI 49022.

ATV Crash In Cass County

Posted on: June 25th, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

Cass County Sheriff Richard J Behnke is reporting an ATV crash that happened in the 20000 block of Old 205 in Mason Township on Saturday at 2014 hrs. Deputies stated that 51 year old Brenden Friday, from Edwardsburg, was operating an ATV on private property. Mr. Friday was going too fast to negotiate a turn and hit an embankment causing him to flip into the roadway of Old 205. He was then transported to Elkhart General Hospital for the injuries sustained in the crash. Police say he was not wearing a helmet and alcohol was not a factor in the crash.

Update To Pub Shooting In South Bend 

Posted on: June 25th, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

The St. Joseph County Metro Homicide Unit (CMHU) continues to actively investigate after shots fired on June 23rd, outside of Kelly’s Pub, on 1150 Mishawaka Ave, resulted in the death of Brandon D. Williams and injuries to ten additional individuals. An autopsy was conducted Monday morning in Fort Wayne for Mr. Williams. A forensic pathologist ruled his cause of death to be gunshot wound and his manner of death to be homicide. According to witness accounts and limited video from the area, the parking lots immediately surrounding the pub were congested with cars and a crowd of approximately 75-100 individuals at the time of the shooting. While several witnesses have been interviewed at the County Metro Homicide Unit, this is an active and on-going investigation.
Investigators are still asking that anyone with information regarding this incident, or anyone there at the time of the shooting, to contact the County Metro Homicide Unit at 235-5009 or Crime Stoppers at 288-STOP.

Click It or Ticket seat belt enforcement results released

Posted on: June 25th, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

With Michigan’s Click It or Ticket enforcement campaign now complete, preliminary reports indicate law enforcement officers from 109 local police departments, sheriff offices, and Michigan State Police (MSP) posts in 38 counties conducted 8,145 traffic stops resulting in 2,930 seat belt and child restraint citations between May 20 – June 2.
In addition, officers issued 693 speeding citations, made 13 alcohol-related arrests, and 45 other felony arrests.
Michigan law requires drivers, front seat passengers, and passengers age 15 and younger, in any seating position, to be buckled up. Children must be in a car seat or booster seat until they are 8 years old or 4’9” and children under 4 years old must be in the backseat.

Michigan AG Nessel and Michigan Supreme Court Justice Cavanagh Continue Elder Abuse Listening Tour in Southwest Michigan

Posted on: June 24th, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

Michigan Attorney General Nessel and Michigan Supreme Court Justice Cavanagh will be in our area for their Elder Abuse Listening Tour.
These are the third and fourth stops on a joint listening tour to identify issues facing Michigan seniors to better guide the Attorney General’s Elder Abuse Task Force. The tour will be at the Berrien County Health Department, 2149 E. Napier Ave. in Benton Harbor on July 8th from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Then on July 9th Nessel and Cavanagh will travel to the Kalamazoo County Juvenile Home at 1424 Gull Rd. in Kalamazoo from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
At least 73,000 older adults in Michigan are victims of elder abuse at the hands of individuals entrusted to care for them. The listening tour provides a forum for members of the senior community to share concerns surrounding this often underrecognized and underreported social problem.

Lubeznik Arts Festival – August 17th and 18th

Posted on: June 24th, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

The 2019 Lubeznik Arts Festival (LAF), held by Lubeznik Center for the Arts (LCA), returns for its 38th year.

LAF takes place on LCA’s grounds to connect festival-goers to our dynamic programming and exhibitions. This event features fine art and fine craft exhibitors alongside contemporary art galleries, food and interactive family activities. All proceeds from this event are invested back in the community.

WHFB and WIMS Radio are proud sponsors of this event!

City of St. Joseph Hiring

Posted on: June 24th, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

The City of St. Joseph is seeking a Finance Director/Treasurer. Successful applicant will be a high level employee with public accounting, budgeting and supervisory experience. This full-time permanent position oversees the collection and management of all monies owed to and held by the City. The Finance Director oversees and directs all aspects of the city’s finances, including preparation and administration of the city budget, preparation of financial reports, and oversight of accounting, payroll, cashiering, utility and tax billing in compliance with governmental accounting standards, state and federal law. BA or BS in accounting, finance or related field, 6 years’ experience, or combination of both desired. Please send cover letter and resume with three references to City of St. Joseph, Personnel Department, 700 Broad Street, St. Joseph, MI 49085, by Monday, July 15, 2019. Application and full job description are available by visiting: www.sjcity.comThree Rivers Man Arrested For Open Murder

US-12 bridge repairs over the St. Joseph River start Monday

Posted on: June 24th, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

In Berrien County, starting today, MDOT will be repairing the US-12 bridge over the St. Joseph River between Bond Street and West River Road. The $3.8 million investment includes joint replacement, deck patching, steel repairs, and painting. There will be one lane open in each direction. There will be an 11-foot width restriction throughout construction. The repairs will improve safety and ride quality for motorists, and extend the useful life of the bridge. The estimated end date is Friday, Nov. 1st.

Three Rivers Man Arrested For Open Murder

Posted on: June 23rd, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

This past Thursday, Three Rivers Police arressted 33 year old Randall Miller of Three Rivers, on a warrant for one county of open murder. The arrest comes after several months of investigation into the death of Lori Norman on March 25th of this year.

Timber Advisory Council Conference Call, Citizens Input Welcome

Posted on: June 23rd, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

The Department of Natural Resources says they are committed to providing Michigan citizens the opportunity to share input and ideas on policy decisions, programs and other aspects of natural resource management and outdoor recreation opportunities. This includes the The Timber Advisory Council, which will have a conference call July 12, 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. The council provides advice and counsel to the governor, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, the Michigan Economic Development Corporation and the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development on timber management matters and how to foster the growth of the timber industry in the state. Dial 888-557-8511, access code 8718230 (Contact: Kimberley Korbecki, 517-284-5876) .

Property Seizure Scam In Berrien County

Posted on: June 23rd, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

Berrien County Treasurer Bret Witkowski would like to warn property owners in Berrien County that there is a scam where people receive a letter in the U.S. Mail stating that “Property Seizure is Imminent” and they are asked to call a toll free number. The letter suggests that property seizure is imminent if the property owner doesn’t call the stated number and pay the balance of the lien over the phone.
Treasurer Witkowski suggests that anyone in Berrien County who receives the letter, should ignore the letter. Residents are reminded to never provide any banking information over the phone to an unknown party.

Victory bill would add alternative for fighting icy roads

Posted on: June 22nd, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

Sen. Roger Victory introduced legislation on Tuesday that would provide a more environmentally friendly way to deal with icy roads.Senate Bill 379 would create a three-year pilot program to test the use of sugar beet byproducts to prevent icing and optimize de-icing of roads.Victory said that the city of Frankenmuth currently uses this method on their roads and the state of Minnesota has a similar pilot program in place.Each year, more than 20 million tons of salt is used to mitigate icy road conditions across the United States.Using sugar beet juice and other organic additives to improve the ability of the salt to stick to the pavement is expected to decrease the amount reaching water sources and limit how much salt is required to be effective at managing icy conditions.SB 379 has been referred to the Senate Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure for consideration.

Michigan AG Reaches $15.3 Million Settlement for Former ITT Tech Students

Posted on: June 22nd, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

According to a press release, Michigan will receive over $15.3 million dollars in debt relief for 1,868 former ITT Technical Institute (ITT) students as part of a multi-state settlement, Attorney General Dana Nessel announced today. A coalition of attorneys general from 43 states and the District of Columbia reached a settlement that will result in debt relief of more than $168 million for over 18,000 former ITT students across the country.  The lending company – Student CU Connect CUSO, LLC (CUSO) – offered tuition loans at the for-profit institution, originating approximately $189 million in loans between 2009 and 2011. ITT filed bankruptcy in 2016 amid investigations by state attorneys general and following action by the U.S. Department of Education to restrict their access to federal student aid.The attorneys general alleged that ITT – with CUSO’s knowledge – offered students temporary credit upon enrollment to cover the amount remaining after federal aid was applied to the cost of attendance. Students were expected to repay the temporary credit prior to the following academic year – although many were under the impression that payment, like federal loans, wouldn’t be due until six months after graduation.Students received pressure from ITT to obtain loans through CUSO to cover the temporary credit, often at interest rates far above federal loans. Tactics included removing students from class and threatening expulsion if loan terms weren’t accepted. Given the inability to transfer credits obtained at ITT to most schools, students took loan options through CUSO and were allegedly forced into default after discovering the true cost to repay.Under the settlement and with no action required from affected students, CUSO agrees to forego collection of outstanding loans and cease conducting all business, notify all credit reporting agencies of the status for all borrowers, and ensure their loan servicer notifies and cancels all automatic payments. The coalition’s settlement was contingent upon federal court approval of a related settlement between CUSO and the federal Consumer Financial Protection Bureau approved last week.

DNR Weekly Fishing Report

Posted on: June 22nd, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

In St. Joseph, salmon were caught on orange spoons 30 to 70 feet down in 70 to 100 feet. Pier anglers caught a couple steelhead on shrimp. Freshwater drum were taken on crawlers and alewife. In South Haven, Light numbers of salmon were caught by boat anglers. Pier anglers were taking the occasional steelhead or freshwater drum on alewife or shrimp. Alewife were still in the channel.

Cass County Road Commission accepting applications for full-time Laborer

Posted on: June 22nd, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

The Cass County Road Commission is currently accepting applications for a full-time Laborer. Applicants are required to have a CDL. Applicants must have a general familiarity with roadway safety, and successfully pass a drug and alcohol test.
The successful candidate will be trained and required to operate a dump truck, blade gravel roads, patch pot holes, haul materials to construction projects, perform snow removal, roadside mowing and trim/remove trees. In addition, the successful candidate must conduct minor maintenance on their truck including changing blades on the underbody scraper. Occasional general building and yard clean-up or other duties as assigned are also required.
Candidates must be able to sit for extended periods of time in a truck, lift up to 100 lbs., and be able to operate a chain saw. This position is considered 95% outside work, and therefore must be able to work in all types of weather and withstand both extreme heat and cold. Overtime may be required, depending on the weather and workload demands. Application information can be found on the Cass County Road Commission Facebook page.

Mdot Experiments With Movie Camera For Better Bridge Deck Inspections

Posted on: June 22nd, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) routinely inspects concrete bridge decks around the state as required by national standards. Typically, this requires a visual inspection from the shoulder of the roadway, outside of traffic flow. But MDOT and the Michigan Tech Research Institute (MTRI) are working on a better way to get a close-up view of bridge deck conditions.
Damage to concrete bridge decks typically starts as surface cracks before getting worse. Cracks can expose the steel reinforcement to road salt and water, causing corrosion, spalling and subsurface fractures. Traditional bridge deck inspections conducted from the shoulder might miss subtle hairline cracks.
A new system allows inspectors to scan fine details of bridge decks at near-highway speeds without the need for lane closures or exposing workers to potential traffic hazards. The 3-D optical bridge evaluation system (3DOBS) uses a vehicle-mounted camera and image analysis software to supplement traditional inspections.   
In earlier phases of this project, MDOT tested a digital still camera, which had plenty of resolution to pick up details but lacked the necessary frame rate. Researchers then tried an updated version of 3DOBS that uses a professional cinema-grade digital camera called the RED 8K S35. Attached to a truck by a custom MDOT-built mount on a standard trailer hitch, this new camera could capture high-quality video images and spatial orientation data at near-highway speeds under real-world conditions.The researchers took multiple vehicle trips across 10 different MDOT bridges, including freeway and non-freeway bridges and in high-traffic metro areas. Then they compared the 3DOBS results to traditional inspection reports and determined how to best use the technology to improve asset management decisions.
There are other advantages to this method as well, including speed and accuracy. The new camera was able to resolve cracks down to 1/64th of an inch.
After the data is collected, the software can generate two types of output: a 2-D mosaic stitched together from many individual images or a 3-D model of the bridge deck. The system allows inspectors to pinpoint deck deficiencies – information that can supplement other inspections. The imagery can also be used to monitor deterioration over time.
Researchers have trained MDOT staff on using the camera and software. Most of the data processing steps have been automated so inspectors can focus on interpreting the 2-D or 3-D images. The software can also generate condition data as required for inspection reports.
For more details on the state’s bridges and bridge conditions, go to www.Michigan.gov/Bridges. For more on how MTRI researchers are pioneering new remote sensing and inspection technologies, go to https://www.mtu.edu/news/stories/2019/june/clearing-the-decks-mtri-zooms-in-on-bridge-damage.html or watch their video.

Nessel: Michigan Civil Rights Commission Not Bound by Schuette Opinion on Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act

Posted on: June 22nd, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

While declining to issue a formal opinion, yesterday the office of Attorney General Dana Nessel told the Michigan Civil Rights Commission it is not bound by a Schuette-era opinion that said the LGBT community is not protected by the Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act.
The guidance was in response to an opinion request submitted earlier this year by Michigan Civil Rights Commission Chair Alma Wheeler Smith. The Commission’s request of the Attorney General to reconsider her predecessor’s July 20, 2018 opinion that the LGBT community is not protected by the Elliott-Larsen Civil Rights Act followed Nessel’s February 1st appearance before the Commission, where she emphasized her fundamental disagreement with Schuette’s legal interpretation of the law.
In a letter to Wheeler, Nessel’s Chief Legal Counsel Suzanne Sonneborn provided informal guidance to the Commission, saying it does not need to follow OAG No. 7305.
Acknowledging the office’s longstanding policy not to issue a formal opinion “with respect to issues that are pending in, or likely to become the subject of, litigation,” Sonneborn noted that, after the Commission sought Nessel’s opinion, the United States Supreme Court decided on April 22nd to review a case involving a Michigan funeral home employer’s actions, RG & GR Harris Funeral Homes, Inc v Equal Employment Opportunity Comm, 139 S Ct 1599 (2019), and to consider whether the federal civil rights law, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, prohibits gender-identity and sexual-orientation discrimination.
This circumstance, Sonneborn concluded, “raises a question of federal law which was contemplated in OAG No. 7305 and Michigan courts in considering the issue” and therefore “the Commission is not bound by OAG No. 7305.”
Sonneborn also provided assurance to the Commission on behalf of Nessel that her office “will provide the Commission with appropriate legal support and representation” in the same way that the Attorney General and her staff has always represented the state and its agencies and public officials.

City of Benton Harbor Phone System Change Over

Posted on: June 22nd, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

The City of Benton Harbor has upgraded its telephone system in an effort to serve the community better. The city said that in the event that you are unable to leave a message or a call is not returned in a timely manner, you may visit City Hall at 200 Wall Street.  Additionally, feel free to visit the city’s website at www.bhcity.us for general information and answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).
The City of Benton Harbor said in a statement, “The City of Benton Harbor appreciates your cooperation during this conversion as we work to improve our systems.”

US-12 bridge repairs over the St. Joseph River start Monday

Posted on: June 22nd, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

In Berrien County, starting Monday, June 24th, MDOT will be repairing the US-12 bridge over the St. Joseph River between Bond Street and West River Road. The $3.8 million investment includes joint replacement, deck patching, steel repairs, and painting.
There will be one lane open in each direction. There will be an 11-foot width restriction throughout construction.
The repairs will improve safety and ride quality for motorists, and extend the useful life of the bridge.
The estimated end date is Friday, Nov. 1st.

Time Running Out to Keep Tuition Incentive Program Benefits For Class of 2015 High School Graduates

Posted on: June 21st, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

Time is running out for eligible individuals who graduated in 2015 with a high school diploma or equivalent to claim their Tuition Incentive Program (TIP) benefits, according to the Michigan Department of Treasury.
The grant program – commonly referred to as TIP – encourages eligible Michigan Medicaid recipients to complete high school by providing college tuition assistance.  Eligible TIP students have four years from high school graduation to initiate TIP benefits or permanently forfeit eligibility.
For the class of 2015, this means TIP students must be enrolled in college by the upcoming fall 2019 semester or become permanently ineligible to receive TIP. All TIP students must file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA for short, to receive TIP benefits.
To learn more about TIP and how to start using it, go to www.michigan.gov/mistudentaid or contact MI Student Aid at [email protected] or 1-888-447-2687.

First West Nile virus activity of 2019 detected in Michigan

Posted on: June 21st, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

The first West Nile virus activity for Michigan in 2019 has been confirmed in mosquitoes recently collected in Saginaw and Oakland counties and a Canada goose in Kalamazoo County. Residents are reminded that the best way to protect against West Nile virus and other mosquito-borne illnesses is to prevent mosquito bites.
Last year, there were 104 serious illnesses and nine deaths related to West Nile virus in Michigan. Nationally, there were 2,544 human cases of the virus and 137 deaths reported to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in 2018.

The best way to prevent West Nile disease or any other mosquito-borne illness is to reduce the number of mosquitoes around your home and to take personal precautions to avoid mosquito bites. For more information, visit Michigan.gov/westnilevirus or Cdc.gov/westnile.

LaSata supports disaster relief for state’s agriculture industry

Posted on: June 21st, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

Sen. Kim LaSata has supported a bill that was approved by the state Senate on Thursday that would provide $15 million for the Qualified Agricultural Loan Origination Program to aid farmers and other agriculture-related businesses impacted by the state’s harsh spring weather. The Agriculture Disaster Loan Origination Program is a privately administered and public- and private-funded loan program, providing 1% interest rate loans for qualified growers, processors and agribusinesses affected by a declared agricultural disaster.
Eligibility is based on an agricultural disaster declaration and borrowers would have to certify by affidavit that they have suffered a loss of 25% or more in major enterprises or production loss of 50% or more in any one crop. Participating farmers pay a fixed 1% interest rate or a fixed interest rate based on the five-year U.S. Treasury note plus 0.25%.
According to the governor, Michigan is currently experiencing the third wettest year in state history, with 37.9 inches of rain between May 2018 through April 2019. It has delayed and prevented farmers from planting crops throughout the state, and the governor has requested a disaster designation for all of Michigan’s counties from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Additionally, the governor’s office indicated that, as of June 9th, Michigan farmers have had just 3.5 days with proper conditions for field work, and crops are significantly underplanted, with corn down from between 88 percent to 63 percent and soybeans at only 43 percent planted.
If signed by the governor, the loan program could begin immediately should an official agricultural disaster declaration be made.
The bill returns to the House of Representatives to be finalized and is expected to advance to the governor for consideration.

Saugatuck/Douglas Area Lane Closures

Posted on: June 21st, 2019 by webdesign No Comments

In Allegan County near Saugatuck/Douglas, Lane closures for bridge work will be in effect next Monday through Friday on the Blue Star Highway bridge over I-196.
The work is weather dependent.