Supervisor's Blog

Well! Missed the Meeting AGAIN, Did We????

By Al Cavasin / January 12, 2021 /

‘s OK, folks.  Here are the documents of the work we accomplished while you were at home watching TV.

January 2021 All

Did You Miss The Last Board Meeting???? Tsk, tsk, tsk…

By Al Cavasin / December 24, 2020 /

Well, take heart all ye absentees!  You can still find out what we did.  Just go here: December 2020 -All

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Thinking of Stampeding to the Next Township Board Meeting, Are We?

By Al Cavasin / December 24, 2020 /

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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A Word On Our Roads…

By Al Cavasin / December 24, 2020 /

Concord Gravel 2020   (You need to click on the link to see the content…)  

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A BLESSED AND VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL OF YOU – FROM ALL OF US!

By Al Cavasin / December 24, 2020 /
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Welcome Our Newly Elected Trustees!

By Al Cavasin / November 14, 2020 /

In the recent election we have acquired two new members for our Board Of Trustees!  They are Kevin Bohl and Guthrie Colburn.  As Supervisor, I’d like to extend a warm welcome and express my appreciation for their willingness to serve this most excellent little community!

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YEEESSSS!!!! We’re Doing It Again!!!

By Al Cavasin / November 14, 2020 /

In spite of getting a late start due to the ravages of Covid and the uncertainty surrounding it (still) we have decided to go ahead with plans for sponsoring the 4th Annual LIGHT UP CONCORD!  Outdoor Decorating Contest!  It will necessarily differ from those we’ve held in the past, as we are all pretty sure…

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Bridge & Road Report

By Al Cavasin / November 14, 2020 /

Well Folks, It’s Official!  The Cornell Rd. Bridge is well and truly completed!  And if it Ain’t just the Jim-dam-dandiest-bridge anywhere this side of the Pecos River, I just don’t know what is!  Our JCDOT crews worked through Veterans’ Day to get the guardrails in and they had ‘er all up and shining like the…

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A Very Special THANK YOU!

By Al Cavasin / November 14, 2020 /

To our Friends: Karen & Vic Face @ Wolverine Steel! Who graciously and selflessly allowed our Concord Fire Dept. to keep the Emergency Response and Fire vehicles at their facility while maintenance and repairs were effected on the Fire Barn.  This is yet another great example of the collegiality between the members of our business…

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Well Dang! So you MISSED the Board Meeting AGAIN!

By Al Cavasin / November 14, 2020 /

Now just you don’t come crying to me if you don’t have any idea what is going on around here!  I’ve been trying to get you folks to our Board of Trustees’ meetings for more than 4 years!  So here we go – you’ll just have to read about all the work we’ve been doing…

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The Cornell Rd. Bridge is Officially OPEN!!!

By Al Cavasin / October 21, 2020 /

Yep, it’s true!  The Cornell Rd. Bridge that was condemned and closed on March 16th, 2020 was officially opened for traffic Monday, October 19th, 2020.  That’s 7 months, start to finish.  7 months!  Is that not just absolutely amazing?  Well, I think it is!  Especially when you consider there are bridges in Jackson County and…

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