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â« At its August 16 meeting, Alpena City Council approved a Day of Customer Appreciation and Family Fun for RE / MAX New Horizons on September 26, 2021, at Mich-e-ke-wis Heated Shelter .
The council also approved the goose hunt on September 9, 16 and 23.
City Attorney Bill Pfeifer delivered the first reading of Order 21-462, which is an amendment to Sections 2, 3, 5 and 7 of the City of Alpena Zoning Ordinance.
The board also voted to approve the travel elevator operation and winter storage service agreement with All Marine.
The council voted to approve an agreement with Alpena’s Blarney Castle for the supply and delivery of recreational gas and diesel fuel for the town of Alpena Marina at a mark-up price of $ 0.175 per gallon plus the base price at the time of delivery.
The board also voted to accept the resignation of board member Amber Hess effective August 20, 2021. Hess is leaving town.
â« At a recent meeting, the Alpena County Council of Commissioners approved policy # IV-17 Discarded syringes and / or needles were found recovered as presented.
The board of directors also voted in favor of Alpena Recycling Authority’s approval to lease county-owned lots 22, 23 and 24 in place of lots 7-9 for the new waste collection facility. Alpena Resort offered on a property located near the Alpena County Regional Airport.
The board of directors voted to approve the invoicing of the Fairboard quarterly instead of monthly throughout the year, with the exception of fair week.
The board also voted to hire the selected candidate as a part-time 911 dispatcher.
The board of directors approved the side pay for the three sheriff’s office employees and also voted to change the structure of the Alpena County home improvement program in a way that will no longer require the job. a full-time director as of September 9.
Council voted to approve the 2021-2022 Secondary Highway Patrol Grant application (10.01.21 / 09.30.22) for the Sheriff’s Office in the amount of $ 96,749 with an organizational match of $ 27,744 and a match. county fee of $ 69,005.
Commissioners also voted to approve the Thunder Bay Junior High Police Liaison Contract with Alpena Public Schools and Alpena Township. Each will share a third of the cost of this post with the county and pay $ 26,443 per year. The sheriff’s office will bill on a quarterly basis.