Motorist disregards sign urging safety

sign_damageCourtland  Township Fire Chief Mickey Davis would like to know who hit the sign at Fire Station #2 about 1:30 a.m. the morning of Friday, May 17. Tracks showed the vehicle veered off the road, hit the sign, which asked people to drive safely, and then returned to the road.

The township is offering a reward for information about who is responsible. If you can help, please call Chief Davis at (616) 813-2961.

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