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Snow ordinance to be enforced Clarkston City Council voted to enforce a snow removal ordinance already on the books at Monday night's meeting. The council previously voted "no" on enforcement in August....more >>

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Council, mayor sworn in Newly elected Clarkston City Council members and mayor were sworn in, Nov. 10. Richard Bisio, who had served on the council previously from 2010-2012, won a fresh seat on the council on Election Day....more >>

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Library budget hearing The Clarkston Independence District Library Board hosts a public hearing on the proposed library budget for 2015 at the library, 6495 Clarkston Road, at 6 p....more >>

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Clerk's offices open for absentee ballots Okay, you want to vote, but you don't want to stand in line with the rest of your neighbors. That means you need an absentee ballot. And, even though the election is only days away you can still get one....more >>

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Student count down Clarkston Commnity Schools' preliminary student count is 7,910, which is a loss of 89 students from last year. The district budgeted for an expected loss of 70 students, based on projections for the FY 14-15 school year....more >>

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School candidate forum The League of Women Voters hosts a candidate forum for Clarkston Board of Education candidates, 7 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 16, at Clarkston Junior High School, 6595 Waldon Road....more >>

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Eagle Ridge OK'd Independence Township Board of Trustees appoved final site plan and special land use for Phase 1 of a new residential development on Maybee Road, north of I-75. Eagle Ridge at Morgan Lake will include 57 condos on 265 acres....more >>

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Budget amendments Several budget amendments were made during a Sept. 23 Independence Township Board of Directors meeting. Amendments included an additional $15,000 for publishing costs to cover a year's worth of publishing a newsletter....more >>

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Cameras in park Cameras are in place in Depot Park, ready to catch vandals bent on destruction. The cameras cost just under $10,000, and were approved by City of the Village of Clarkston Council at a July 14 meeting....more >>

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Euchre for field house Back by popular demand is the euchre tournament to benefit the Clarkston Field House, Sept. 27, 7-11 p.m. The fundraiser is to continue the planned improvements....more >>
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