Parking downtown

A joint meeting of Clarkston City Council, Planning Commission, and Streets Committee is on hold pending results of a parking study commissioned with the Traffic Improvement Association, earlier this year. In the meantime, local businesses and property owners on Main Street and Depot Road are posting signs, installing fences, and taking other measures to protect […]

Power of science

Power of science

Madeline Caldwell and Katherine Rhodes take apart electronics to reuse the pieces for new inventions created in Camp Invention last week. Photo by Wendi Reardon

Editorial: Vote YES for Clarkston schools bond

Whether or not you have kids attending school, one thing that touches everybody in the Clarkston community is the Clarkston Community Schools district. On Tuesday, August 2, they are asking area voters to pass a $75 million bond extension. The Clarkston News urges voters to support this proposal. Current funding levels for all of the […]

School bond, township boards, issues up for vote

There are lots of local issues for Clarkston voters on the Aug. 2 primary ballot. A $75,980,000 bond proposal for Clarkston Community Schools will be up for a vote. If approved, the district could have funds as early as November. It would be spent over five years on the first phase of a long-term Master […]

No signs at church polls

Voters can expect to see campaign signs in yards around town as they head to the polls on Aug. 2, but not at precinct places that are also churches. Independence Township sign rules point out no-signs policies at Precinct 1 at St. Trinity Lutheran, 7925 Sashabaw Road; Precinct 2, First Congregational Church 5449 Clarkston Road; […]

More work for Depot Park path

More work for Depot Park path

Part of the path from M-15 to the south Depot Park bridge is looking to be repaved, after a review by city engineers. “The path by M-15 is slightly out of specifications for ADA,” said Gary Tressel, consulting engineer with Hubbell, Roth and Clark (HRC), at the July 25 City Council meeting. “We’re comfortable in […]

Springfield Township Board candidates

Running for Supervisor Two candidates are running for Springfield Township supervisor. Challenger David F. Smith is running to be the “New Generation of Leadership.” “I am continuing my families tradition of serving the people of Springfield Township since 1837. I will be the fifth-generation to serve the people,” he said. His major issues are protecting […]

In Springfield Township . . . Asking for fire fund increase

BY JESSE LEMOND Clarkston News Student Writer Springfield Township voters will be asked to double the taxes they pay for fire protection services in the Aug. 2 election. Up for a vote is renewal of the township’s one mill fire millage, as well as a one mill increase. One mill equals $1 for every $1,000 […]

News in Brief

Labor Day parade The Clarkston Rotary Club, sponsor of the Clarkston Labor Day Parade for the past 74 years, is seeking floats, classic cars, community service organizations, musical groups, local businesses, political candidates, families, equestrian riders, and other participants. Political candidates will be asked to make a $50 charitable donation to the Clarkston Rotary Club. […]

Info needed before paid-parking meeting

Clarkston City Council put on hold a proposed joint meeting with the Planning Commission and Parking Committee about charging to park in city-owned lots. “My personal opinion is it’s premature to do that until we get the results of the parking study,” said Council member Michael Sabol at the July 25 meeting. City Manager Carol […]

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