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July 31, 2013 - Labor Day parade

Clarkston Rotary Club is seeking participants for the Clarkston Labor Day parade, Sept. 2.

Floats, classic cars, community service organizations, musical groups, businesses, and equestrian riders will march from Renaissance High School on Waldon Road, beginning at 10 a.m. Parade route will be Church Street to Main St., north to Miller Road, and ending at Miller and Holcomb roads. The club has sponsored the parade for the past 71 years .

Find an entry application at clarkstonrotary.org. Contact Rotarian Joel DeLong at joeldelong@aol.com or 248-625-9741 for an application.

DTE in compliance

After receiving noise complaints from residents around DTE Energy Theatre, Independence Township conducted sound meter testing to determine if DTE is in compliance with the Township's noise ordinance.

Employees conducted several tests using a sound meter at different areas during several concerts and have determined DTE is in compliance with the ordinance.

City council deadline

Anyone interested in serving as a council member for the City of the Village of Clarkston must fill out required paperwork at Clarkston City Hall by 4 p.m., Aug. 13.

The election is held Nov. 5 for four positions. Clarkston City Hall is located at 375 Depot Road. For more information call Clarkston City Hall at 248-625-1559.

Township OKs

cable agreement

Independence Township approved a Cooperative Video production Intergovernmental Agreement and Lease between Independence Township and Clarkston Community Schools during the Township meeting on July 23.

Kittle told The Clarkston News on July 29 the agreement has been signed and is being sent to Clarkston Schools to be signed by Superintendent Dr. Rod Rock. The agreement allows the township's equipment to be moved the Clarkston High School.

The school will also receive $200,000 a year in Public Education and Government fees collected by the township.

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