Cressy & Everett donate lighted stop signs to Cassopolis
Published 11:43 am Monday, November 16, 2015
Cressy & Everett donated two new, lighted stops signs to the Cassopolis Police Department at the regular village council meeting Monday night.
The two signs will make crossing guards more visible to oncoming traffic in the village.
Presenting the village with the signs were Cressy and Everett’s Mark VanDusen and Tarah Sheteron.
Both work in the Cressy & Everett Real Estate office in Edwardsburg.
The council also approved a contract with Utility Service Co. for water well maintenance.
The council approved spending $1,937 with JC Fencing for work on the new lift station and approved replacing a well house power board with the limit not to exceed $2,500.
The council also approved payment of invoices in the amount of $145,033.55.
The council also wished police chief Frank Williams a happy birthday. Williams’ birthday was Wednesday.
• The Village of Cassopolis will host a meeting with Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA) at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12, at the village hall council dhambers.
Emily Petz from MSHDA will be here to give a presentation and answer questions on grants that are available to business owners, home owners and homebuyers.
The Michigan State Housing Development Authority’s (MSHDA) mission is to enhance Michigan’s economic and social health through housing and community development activities.
• Village council workshop meeting, 6:30 p.m., Nov. 23.
• Regular village council meeting, 7 p.m.. Dec. 14.