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Year-round Lac La
Belle resident John Kaleita is a retired
printer-typesetter. Since 1991 he has published
several newsletters in Keweenaw County: the South
Shore Scene, the North Shore Scene and South
Point Points and the South
Shore Town Crier. He now publishes Town Crier newsletters for both
Lac La Belle and Copper Harbor.
ye! Hear ye! Town Crier for Lac La Belle, Copper Harbor
By John Kaleita Posted 06/21/2003
LAC LA BELLE, COPPER HARBOR -- In his latest Town Crier newsletter John Kaleita reports
news briefs from Lac La Belle and Copper Harbor. Kaleita brings readers up to
date on Mt. Bohemia snowmaking, Hunter's Point fundraising, new Delaware Mine
attractions and other Grant Township happenings. He also reminds residents of
Planning/Zoning Consultant Mark Wycoff's seminar for Grant Township Board members and interested community residents from 9 a.m. to noon on Monday, June 23, at the Copper Harbor Visitors
Center and, also on June 23, Wycoff's Training Program for local government officials and invited guests at the Mariner
North from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. more
ye! Hear ye! The South Shore Town Crier, November 6, 2001
LAC LA BELLE -- In his latest newsletter South Shore Town Crier John Kaleita
predicts a report on Black Bearís application for a septic Discharge Permit
from the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), Waste Management
Division, is coming soon. He reminds local residents to attend an important
Grant Township Board meeting at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 14, in the Copper
Harbor Community Building. more
Hear ye! Hear ye! The South Shore Town Crier, October
LAC LA BELLE -- Town Crier John Kaleita sends current news briefs from the Lac La Belle South Shore area, including a reminder that citizens have until October 29 to comment on or to request a public hearing by the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality on the proposed septic site for the Mt. Bohemia Ski Hill.
Hear ye! Hear ye! The South Shore Town Crier, October 2001, Issue No. 32A
LAC LA BELLE -- A favorable census count resulted in redistricting Keweenaw County; thus Grant and Sherman townships will share a new seat on the County Board after next yearís election. This story and more are in the October issue of this newsletter.
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