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May 19, 2010 - Not everything's on our Website

Getting local news to you is important to us folk at The Review. That's why we want to remind readers not all our print news makes it to our Website. Keeping up your subscription means keeping up-to-date on all the local happenings, including lots of community photos and event coverage.

Cartridge World, schools talk

Communication is now open between the school district and local Cartridge World owner Bob Mott. A few weeks ago, Mott said he was frustrated by the lack of response from the district after he attempted to find out information on printer ink and toner contracts and bids. But now, he says he's spoken with several administrators and staff, who said there is currently no contract and the district will go out for bids this summer. Until then, Mott says they're taking "a wait and see attitude."

Flower Fair this weekend!

Head to Lake Orion's historic downtown this Saturday and Sunday for the ninth annual Flower Fair and Home & Garden Marketplace. Fair hours are Saturday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Over 72 booths will line the four block intersection of Broadway and Flint Streets selling annuals, perennials, hanging baskets, vegetables, herbs, trees, garden art, landscaping ideas and home improvement items. This year will feature eight farms and nurseries as well as local nonprofits. The fair will also feature live music and tasty treats.


To correct a news brief printed in last week's Review, the Lake Orion Village Council did not approve an agreement with Orion Township to collect taxes for the village.†Instead, they approved a change in the date in the ordinance regarding collection of penalties.

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