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Ortonville Village

2014 Council Meeting Schedule

VILLAGE OF ORTONVILLE 2014 VILLAGE COUNCIL MEETING SCHEDULE Unless otherwise announced in accordance of state law, the Village of Ortonville will hold its regular meeting on the following dates at 7:00 PM at the Brandon Township Offices located at 395 Mill Street, Ortonville, Michigan....more >>

Brandon Township

Synopsis of Dec. 19, 2013 special meeting

BRANDON TOWNSHIP SYNOPSIS Charter Township of Brandon Special Meeting December 19, 2013 Call to Order & Roll Call: Allen, Darnall, DeWitt, Rumball and Thurman, Lapp and DePalma (arrived late) 1) Approved Agenda as presented 2) Thurman called for a recess 3) Motion to move into closed session was approved 4) Motion to reconvene was approved 5) Closed Session minutes were approved 6) Meeting adjourned at 1:43 pm A full copy of the minutes is available at the Clerk's office, 395 Mill Street, PO Box 929, Ortonville, MI 48462 or on the Brandon Township Website at www....more >>

Clarkston Village

Community Development Block Grant Funds Public Hearing

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT FUNDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of the Village of Clarkston will hold a public hearing on the use of Community Development Block Grant Funds....more >>
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Born October 9th
1859: Alfred Dreyfus, French artillery officer who was falsely accused of giving French military secrets to foreign powers.
1873: Charles Rudolph Walgreen, the father of the modern drugstore.
1879: Max von Laue, German physicist.
1899: Bruce Catton, U.S. historian and journalist, famous for his works on the Civil War.
1909: Jacques Tati, French actor and director.
October 9th
in history
1825: The first Norwegian immigrants to America arrive on the sloop Restaurationen.
1863: Confederate cavalry raiders return to Chattanooga after attacking Union General William Rosecrans' supply and communication lines all around east Tennessee. Overconfident and overextended, the Union Army of the Cumberland advanced into the deep woods of northwest Georgia. Waiting Confederates did not intend for them to leave.
1888: The Washington Monument, designed by Robert Mills, opens to the public.
1914: Germans take Antwerp, Belgium, after 12-day siege. Nurse Edith Cavell harbored Allied soldiers.
1934: In Marseilles, a Macedonian revolutionary associated with Croat terrorists in Hungary assassinates King Alexander of Yugoslavia and French Foreign Minister Louis Barthou. The two had been on a tour of European capitals in quest of an alliance against Nazi Germany. The assassinations bring the threat of war between Yugoslavia and Hungary, but confrontation is prevented by the League of Nations.