MULTI GENERATIONAL, LANDMARK FAMILY BUSINESS FOR SALE!

Hey folks! Could be the opportunity of a lifetime is staring you right in the face, right now! Ever thought about owning your own business? Well, I found out just a few days ago that BRIGHAM’S HARDWARE is for sale! Yes, after three generations of Brigham’s family at the helm of this iconic community mainstay,…

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AAAaaawwwww, Man! You Missed the Meeting AGAIN!?!?!

What Ever Will we do with you? You seem to be making a habit of this, don’t you? Well, relax, we kept a record of what we did, just for people like you… You can find it here: February 2022 All FYI:  Meeting Times/Dates are below.  Let’s see if you can make one of them,…

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More New Admin Faces

Apparently, changing Assessors and Clerks isn’t enough for us around Concord Township…we have to swap out the Supervisor, too. Dave Saenz So here we have our replacement; a fine specimen if ever there was one, pick of the litter sort of chap.  His name is Dave Saenz, for those of you who have yet to…

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OUT WITH THE OLD – & – IN WITH THE NEW!

Sheryll Dishaw As I’m sure you all know by now, Sheryll Dishaw, our Assessor/Clerk of many decades has gone on to greener pastures, as they say.  Actually, I think those pastures look a lot more like golf courses.  Regardless, after more than 3 decades of service to our community, she has more than earned the…

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CONCORD TOWNSHIP SEEKING APPLICANTS FOR TOWNSHIP SUPERVISOR POSITION

Due to the pending retirement of our Supervisor, Al Cavasin, Concord Township is soliciting applicants for that position. Successful applicant will be appointed to complete the remainder of the existing term – January, 2025. You will be required to run for the office in the November, 2024 election. The Supervisor enjoys a highly visible position…

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Bridges & Roads

By: Al Cavasin (Note: I’ve written and blogged about this more than a dozen times since 2016, you can find all by researching my Supervisor’s Blog on the website or by searching our Face Book page.) It’s been quite a year for our local infrastructure; a long, unbelievably wet spring followed by a virtually unending…

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RVN Research Project – Ripley

For those of you who served in RVN here is a questionnaire provided to assist a Mr. William Ripley in a research project.  If you choose to participate, please print it out, answer the questions to the best of your ability, and email it back to his address provided at the end of the questionnaire. …

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Let Us Speak of Buildings, Permits, Inspectors, & Such…

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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