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Flood for Thought: Maritime Museum Issues Explored

At the October 23, 2017 Ludington City Council meeting, it was decided to devote $36,700 to Fishbeck Thompson Carr & Huber (FTCH) engin…

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Ludington City Council Meeting, November 13, 2017: Financial Secrets of the House

End of the year Ludington City Council meetings typically have an ambitious docket, especially when there has been a three week gap between…

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19 6 hours ago
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The Wever of the Tale and the Sucker Who So Badly Wanted to Believe It

The City of Ludington has shown itself to be a terrible real estate agent over the years of City Manager John Shay's regime.   Recall Lee…

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8 on Saturday
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Just Say No-- To Roadside Drug Tests

Wouldn't it be great to get every drug-impaired driver off the road?  Why not, it surely would make me feel a lot safer as a regular bicycl…

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13 on Saturday
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A Breath of Fresh Oppression at WSCC

On Wednesday, November 15th, West Shore Community College (WSCC) will host a 'conversation about the benefits of a tobacco-free campus and…

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8 Nov 14
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When Cities Beg for More Money

In the minds of city managers and their ilk, it always seems to be a claim for lack of sufficient revenues coming in, and never seems to be…

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4 Nov 7
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Identity of Disc Golf Death is James Walkley

You have likely heard of the 28 year old man who was found dead at the Ludington Area School District forest on the disc golf course Sunday…

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24 Oct 30
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Freedom from Unfair Government Competition: Ludington Private Marina Owners Speak Out

Michigan Waterways Commission Discusses Charter Boats in Ludington City Marina   On January 6, 1941, Franklin Roosevelt gave his four freed…

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11 Oct 28
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Ludington City Council Meeting, October 23, 2017: Frightening Fringes and Creepy Cronyism

With just a number of days equaling the number of legs of a spider before Halloween, the agenda for the October 23rd, 2017 Ludington City C…

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35 Oct 28
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Fake Fees for FOIA Folly: The Latest City of Ludington Lawsuit

At the October 23, 2017 Ludington City Council, I had the council served another FOIA lawsuit.  Unlike previous FOIA lawsuits I've filed wi…

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5 Oct 25
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