Lake Michigan Beach Access Case – Supreme Court Won’t Consider Pleas Of Lake Michigan Shoreline Owners Who Wanted to Prevent Use

Mom and Daughter Playing on Caseville Beach

Despite competing arguments from private property owners, local residents, and environmental groups, the Supreme Court effectively determined that citizens’ beach access rights extend beyond the water to an administratively established boundary on the shore, regardless of beach ownership.

Collision With A Deer South of Port Austin Kills Midland Man

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Two drivers who were on their way to work yesterday morning, September 4th, discovered the wreckage of a 2006 Buick Lucerne in the east side ditch of M 53, just south of Hunter Road in Dwight Township. After inspecting the area, they discovered that the driver was the only occupant and had been ejected, dying … Read more

Planet Earth First – 4 Point Recycle Guide for Commercial Buildings

recycle guide for commercial buildings

Hotels, restaurants, schools, office buildings, and other commercial buildings can generate significant amounts of waste. How can these facilities manage their amounts of materials and waste, reduce costs, and improve sustainability? Here is our four-point recycle guide for commercial buildings.

M-25 Resurfacing Project To Start Today Between Caseville & Port Austin

M-25 Resurfacing Project

Governor Gretchen Whitmer and the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) announced today that an M-25 resurfacing project between Caseville and Port Austin will begin today in Huron County. This investment, according to economic modeling, will support 42 jobs. MDOT will spend $3.3 million to resurface more than 16 miles of M-25 in Huron County, from … Read more