2018-04-12 / Community

Caseville puts ‘studio building’ up for sale

By John Bonke
Staff Writer • jbonke@mihomepaper.com


CASEVILLE - Work at Pointe Park at the foot of the breakwater in the City of Caseville continues. The installation of a kayak launch and other work is planned. 
Photo by John Bonke CASEVILLE - Work at Pointe Park at the foot of the breakwater in the City of Caseville continues. The installation of a kayak launch and other work is planned. Photo by John Bonke CASEVILLE - The ‘studio building’ in Caseville, located at 6249 Main Street (M-25), is for sale and the city is accepting bids until 3 p.m. on Thursday, May 10.

During this week’s council meeting, officials wouldn’t say how many or whether any bids have been received, explaining they didn’t want to influence bids.

In personnel matters, the council hired Amy Haag as its city assessor, effective Tuesday, May 1. The council also hired Matthew Pryor as a department of public works maintenance worker and accepted the resignation of John Tait from the DPW.

Council reappointed Marc Hill, Jill Rogers and Eric Yeager to the downtown development authority with terms through April, 2022.

Council granted the Caseville Chamber of Commerce’s requests to conduct its Annual Trash & Treasure Days May 25-28 and host the 10th Annual Caseville Country RibStock Festival June 22-24. The council also approved a resolution to exempt the American Legion Auxiliary from vendor fees for the poppy program on Saturday, May 5.

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