Marshall Advisor And Chronicle in Marshall, Michigan
3 Oct 2015

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3 Oct 2015

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Marshall Advisor and Chronicle (Newspaper) - October 3, 2015, Marshall, Michigan 0( hiber 514 S. Kalamaioo Ave. in Marshal,In The jTews:Gkxiioil OMMHilsfy dioMfi és ofwof nWIOil» U&m tlMMW viooo rajMO C3ffi910 uofoofi cWrisfWafy ocnooi fn Marshal wrapped wlh a &m Wbm m Sept 29 wheri üníM Slaies Seciataiy of Educ^ Ourx»t raoogrized Qordofi as a Naiiorial Blue Ri3bor! Schod tor 2015 tm&ú m its ovmi academic exoel> lenoe s^ó Is progmss. ^our journey has taugN you coteboraeon, intedionai instruction and strong relation-sfyps in school and witfi yoi^ oorrwrnmly; Omcm said in a video message lo the awardees. *You represent exoelence—^ vision, 'm implementadon and hi results—and we want to le^ as much as we can from you.* Of the 335 schoote seiectod this year. 13 are from Michigan wlh Gordon being the only school selecled from the regionSee story on page 6 More wian 9oii aniivia» iieiieo woni locai hobby twin Local nonprofit Afl Species Kind^ was caled by Catooun Coumy taw enforcement to assisf with tie ' capture and removal of animal from a smal rural property localed in Burington m momt weeks, in a senes of diapidaled sheds and boms , more than 350 farmed armna^ were found kving m crmped. filthy ooncflior^ wth no food or nMter. suiertng from dehydration and ^arvation. Ufa lid not see ar^ animal on the property wth adequoM body weight.* said wMIe biology and ASK Execuive t^rector Sophia DiPietro. *NoC only was tiere a completo tock of vet care apparent, but basic husbmidry best pw-tices were not boi^folowed. It was dear tiattiis ^ was a hobby fvm'gone wtd, «tiere desire to coiect one of every species ^jpersedad actual proper care of 289-781-5444 and FAX 269-781-7766 ...... ivww.advisor-chronide.comSea sloiy on page 12 MwetalOiii-A^Waloeeeravl^^ . At a work session on Sept 21. tie Marshal C% Council dfecuMed tie need to make changes to tie struggkng Dial-A-f%de Transportation or DART, which tie dty projects wM have a dekdl of $22.061 by tie end of this year. Tor 43 years. DART has been virtu-aly tie same system,* sad Assstant City Manager and Director of Corrvnunfty Services N^alie Dean, its hard to put togetier a plan to bong it mo tvs century." Dean shared four options with the oounai. recommending tie first option' to tnsmute an aggressive two-year revtaiiz^ion plan, which includes extended routes, ncreased ridersnto ario mrmg a fii-time "dynamic tvrttef' manager.Sae slofy on page 10 DacMning abidant anroNment fofoea AMiion to^f^lnl^al touali dadaions The Albion Pubkc Sdxiols Board of Education approved the tormahon of an Albion Citizens Committee on Sept. 30 in response to an unexpea* ed drop in student enrodrnem by 100 students resuft* ing in a loss of approximately $700.000 in per pupil fundinQ from the stale of l^higan The school ctis* tria, already operating under a Deficit Elimination Ran to deal with an approximate $500.000 deficit, must now draw up a new plan to deal with this year s revenue kiss and present the new plan to the Mchigan Department ol Education in the coming WvUfVd*See elofy on pege 14 Oct 4 meiks beginning of Fim Pmvenbon •Hear the Beep Where You Sleep, Every Bedroom ^Needs a Working Smoke Alarm:' m the theme for toe 2015 Fire Prevention Week Od 4-10 The Marshall Fve Department wik visit local elemen tary schools next week with fire safety tips ^ part its Nabofial Fire Prtveneon Mor^ ceiebr^onw OTOffy Oil pagi «D The Marshall Exchange and Rotary clubs are gearing up for the 2015 Dream Dollars fundraiser. The annual event generates money that each organization will, in turn, return to the community in the form of support for special projects and needed services offered by local not-for-profits. Volunteers on this year’s dream team include, from left, Theresa Chaney-Huggett, Michelle Mack and Trent Taylor of Exchange Club; Dan Stulberg, Lisa Sands and Jeff Greene of Rotary Club; community volunteer Velvet Potter; and Vic Potter of Exchange Club. See story on page 2

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