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February 05, 2014 - City meetings recorded

After a request by Clarkston resident Tom Stone, Clarkston City Council meetings are now recorded and broadcast on Independence Television.

City Hall was wired for broadcasts, but not used for long. Broadcast only requires portable video equipment now, however. Independence Township Supervisor Pat Kittle said the township is happy to help.

City Manager Carol Eberhardt said a link to the latest meeting will be posted on the city's web site online. Older meetings will be available on the ITV website for up to a year. The first meeting was taped on Jan. 27.

Help for weatherization

Low-income residents in need of home weatherization may be eligible for upgrades through the Federal Department of Energy and administered by the Michigan Department of Community Services. Free upgrades can include energy savings services like combustion appliance testing, installing ceiling insulation and ventilation, sidewall and floor ventilation, and interior sealing of major cold-air infiltration areas. Eligibility requirements must be met and those interested must apply. For more information visit or call 517-546-8500

Wild game dinner

American Legion Campbell-Richmond Post 63 hosts a Wild Game Dinner, 6-9 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 22, at the post home, 8047 Ortonville Road.

Tickets are $20 per person at the all-you-can-eat fund raiser. Planned menu includes elk, white tail deer, duck, walleye, salmon, domestic turkey, and samples of other assorted wild game, along with desserts.

Events also include raffle of several guns, Booze Basket raffle, and 50/50.

Call 248-625-9912.

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