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Ludington City Council Meeting, December 4, 2017: Competing Agendas

The Ludington City Council appears to be driven primarily by unelected leaders of city hall, and to a lesser extent, interest groups and cr…

Started by XLFD in Waving the Torch Around Our Area

18 Dec 8
Reply by Freedom Seeker

Ludington Climate Accord?

Despite the conservative nature of Mason County, which predominantly elects Republicans to office and led to a 22% point victory by Donald…

Started by XLFD in Waving the Torch Around Our Area

11 Dec 6
Reply by Willy

The Execution of Deven Guilford

Quite often, our first introduction to a story of an unjust police use of force that leads to a fatality is by a news agency reiterating t…

Started by XLFD in Dueling Torches

35 Dec 6
Reply by Willy

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…

Started by XLFD in Waving the Torch Around Our Area

25 Nov 30
Reply by shinblind

Three Way Stops at Four Way Intersections in Ludington

At the second special Ludington City Council meeting held on November 9th to discuss what was important from the first special (listening s…

Started by XLFD in Torch Light

11 Nov 29
Reply by XLFD

Ludington City Council Meeting, November 27, 2017: Numbers, Notices and Donations

Beyond the usual routine actions, there were effectively four different issues on the city council agenda for the meeting held on November…

Started by XLFD in Waving the Torch Around Our Area

4 Nov 29
Reply by AQUAMAN

Situational Environmental Ethics by Ludington Leaders

If you read a small snippet on page 2 of the weekend's City of Ludington Daily News (COLDNews), you may have read that the city council is…

Started by XLFD in Waving the Torch Around Our Area

15 Nov 27
Reply by stump

A Duty to Act, or Not?

The very last episode of the television show Seinfeld, had an interesting sequence in it that happened when they were in a small town in Ma…

Started by XLFD in Dueling Torches

7 Nov 23
Reply by XLFD

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…

Started by XLFD in Waving the Torch Around Our Area

12 Nov 23
Reply by Freedom Seeker

Bad Cops Bust of Bad Cops Busted for Good Result

A three and a half year old case against two Kent County Corrections Officers who allegedly ran afoul of the state's Medical Marijuana Act…

Started by XLFD in Dueling Torches

3 Nov 22
Reply by Willy

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