Committees continue discussion on food trucks, lateral inspections

By Melanie Williamson The five city council committees met on Monday, October 15, to discuss several ongoing issues, ideas, and ordinances. The committee meetings provide city council members and residents an opportunity to openly discuss the items they have concerns about and ask questions, as well as receive updates from the fire and police departments.Continue reading “Committees continue discussion on food trucks, lateral inspections”

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Committees review Main Street project costs, water bill fees, 2018 streets

By Karen Cornelius Fire chief’s update: The Health and Safety Committee met on Monday night, January 8, and heard an update from Vermilion fire chief Chris Stempowski. The chief said there were 10 incidents in December bringing the total for 2017 at 251 calls. He stated he attended an “Active Shooter” course in Detroit concerningContinue reading “Committees review Main Street project costs, water bill fees, 2018 streets”

One local student is working to share her love of reading with others in VOL

By: Melanie Williamson If you have driven down Berkley Road in Vermilion-on-the-Lake this past week, you may have noticed a new addition at the corner of Berkley and Mornington Roads. VOL now has its own Free Little Library thanks to the hard work and dedication of a local student and her family. Mariska O’Neil, aContinue reading “One local student is working to share her love of reading with others in VOL”