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Future of Downtown Howell gathers opinions in public survey

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Howell Main Street Inc. has kicked off a 6 month Future of Downtown Development technical service, fully funded through Main Street America and the Michigan Main Street Center. As part of this service, the project team and Downtown Professional Network consultants have put together a survey to help us a…

Rep. Vaupel named Legislator of the Year

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State Rep. Hank Vaupel of Fowlerville was chosen by the Michigan Association of Health Plans (MAHP) as their Legislator of the Year. He was selected for his work as chair of the House Health Policy committee. “I am honored to receive this award,” Rep. Vaupel said. “I am proud of…

City of Howell Headlee Override: Get the facts before the November 6 election

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As we anticipate the election on November 6, city residents and businesses need to know what the City of Howell Headlee Override really means before we hit the polls. If approved, a Headlee Override would allow the City of Howell to increase its authorized millage rate for five years by…

Howell Area Chamber of Commerce welcomes new Chamber President after lengthy search

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The Howell Area Chamber of Commerce is excited to welcome new Chamber President, Janelle K. Best to the Howell community. Janelle currently serves as the Executive Director of the Clarkston Area Chamber of Commerce, a position she has held since January of 2015. Previous Chamber President, Pat Convery, retired earlier…

Livingston County Register of Deeds warns of bogus IRS scams threatening liens against deeds and property

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Brandon Denby, Livingston County Register of Deeds, is making citizens aware of phony threats received by mail concerning IRS liens against their property because of back due income taxes. Individuals in our area have recently received notices by “tax solution experts” reminding people of liens the taxpayer supposedly are already…