HELLOOOOO CONCORD! Well, Saturday May 15th dawned sunny and bright and the line for the Community Clean-up started forming at Gottschalk Park around 0800.  Since I had been advertising the event hours  were between 0900 and 1300 for the last three months, I concluded that the early birds just wanted to make sure they had…

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Happy April, people!  If you’re reading this cute little ‘news’ letter, it means you have survived the foul and nefarious Corona Virus #19 along with everything it and our government has thrown at you for the past year and you are already knee-deep into 2021.  Well, congratulations!  I think that right there is reason for…

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Well, it’s not TOTAL freedom, but it’s a start. According to my sources close to Lansing politics it appears that our wise, generous, loving, considerate, fair, even handed and otherwise-wonderful-in-so-many-ways-Governor, has decided that we can dip our collective toes in the pool of normalcy, which has for the past 13 months remained just a chimera,…

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Well, take heart, you are not alone!  If you’d like to know what we are doing here in Concord Township, you can catch up on it here:  January 20201 All  and here:  February 2021 All.  Or you can come to the March Meeting on the 8th at 1730 (that’s 5:30 PM for you non-military types)…

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Well, Geez, here we all are in March already and this is really my first Blog of the year!  If one didn’t know any better, one could think that I didn’t care about you guys anymore, couldn’t one?  But that would really not be true at all.  Fact is, it’s like they say: things happen.  …

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We encourage all residents with questions or concerns about their assessment, taxable values or property taxes in general to join us for the Concord Township Board of Review meetings (2) which meet in March.   This year, by order of the Governor, we are REQUIRED to conduct these meetings virtually (i.e.: over the computer) and in…

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Transitioning to Civilian Life: Tips for Young Veterans After serving in the military, returning to civilian life can pose several challenges for young veterans. While some veterans enjoy an easy re-entry experience, others struggle to overcome common hurdles like relating to others, integrating into family roles, and connecting with their community. Transitioning from a life…

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Before you start warming up the car to get to the January meeting, you may want to know that in our Governor’s and Legislatures infinite wisdom, benevolence and uncommon concern for our safety, they have deemed that all Township meetings will be conducted remotely.  Read on…. Remote meeting extension signed by governor  Gov. Whitmer extended…

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