by Dennis Sharkey When residents of McLouth go to buy fireworks next year they may find a smaller selection. Concerns of councilman Harlan Woodring, who happens to be a fireworks enthusiast, about certain types of fireworks was addressed in the resolution that was published last week. Woodring’s concern was a particular firework that floats across […]
by Dennis Sharkey The McLouth City Council is tweaking the city’s fireworks ordinance that will result in a certain fireworks banishment. The council will ban what is described as an incendiary firework. Councilman Harlan Woodring described a firework that has an open burning flame that lasts for more than a minute. Councilman George Bowen described […]
by Dennis Sharkey An arrest could soon be made in connection with a downtown McLouth graffiti incident. Police Chief Marcus Koch told the city council last week that a suspect has been identified but did not give any details. The suspect used black paint to tag some buildings along Union Street. The graffiti is not […]
by Dennis Sharkey The McLouth City Council said goodbye to resident Ron Forshee last week and welcomed new council member James Moore. Moore previously served on the council and won election in April. He replaced Forshee who was serving as a councilman after being appointed by Mayor Keith Meador to serve an unexpired term. The […]
by Dennis Sharkey A recent call to the McLouth City Hall has led to a warning from Fire Chief Carl Chalfant. Earlier this year a resident of McLouth called city hall when they smelled the odor of gas in their home. Tragedy was adverted at the home but Chalfant said the situation could have been […]
by Dennis Sharkey McLouth City Councilwoman Barbara Hasemeier is at odds with fellow council members again. Last week council members voted 4-0 to set a date for Hasemeier to pay an outstanding debt nearly a year old to the city. Hasemeier abstained from the vote. The amount of the debt is $172.50. The money is […]
Without a doubt the McLouth Patriot’s Day Parade has been a huge success, but organizers want to make it even better.
The McLouth Patriots Day Parade will be held on Saturday, April 16. The parade will begin at 1 p.m.
by Dennis Sharkey Although the city of McLouth has existed for more than 120 years, it’s the first time they’ve had a Christmas tree. Mayor Keith Meador last week thanked Mary Garcia and her family along with the Recreation Commission and city residents for the Christmas celebration and tree lighting event earlier this month. “A […]
by Dennis Sharkey Cleaning up the city of McLouth and getting inoperable vehicles towed away may cause more problems and money. Police Chief Marcus Koch has completed his data gathering phase of the project that has taken months to this point. Koch gathered data from the street to the best of his ability and has […]