Alpine Township unanimously passes sewer agreement

Larry Campbell of the North Kent Sewer Authority drinks a glass of treated wastewater during a 2008 open house of the facility. The treated water is cleaner than the water in the Grand River, to which it discharges. Looking on is Plainfield Township Supervisor George Meek.

Fourth township of five approves NKSA maintenance contract In a special meeting held 8 a.m. on Wednesday, July 25, the Alpine Township Board of Trustees unanimously voted to approve a contract to allow staff at the North Kent Sewer Authority (NKSA) to provide service and maintenance for the sewer system within the township. Board members […]

Voters choose candidates during primary elections Tuesday, August 7

Peter MacGregor

Many local elections will be decided during the primary elections held on Tuesday, August 7 in the cases where candidates are of the same political party. The following are those who filed to run at the time The Rockford Squire began sending out notices asking for information on each of the candidates. Additional information may […]

Plainfield trustees, supervisor under recall threat

The Plainfield Township Board and manager work out details of a new budget earlier this year. Two trustees and the Supervisor are facing a recall effort led by a small group of residents. The township cut over a million dollars from this years budget in response to a first-ever decrease in revenue.

Would-be township firefighter files petition Trustees Charles Weldon and Victor Matthews and Supervisor George Meek are hotly contending allegations made in a recall petition filed by Nick Prill. Prill, who was once in the township’s fire academy and dismissed, filed the document June 17 and wording on the document was approved by Kent County July […]

Residents crowd township meeting, demand response

Angry residents are among those filling the room during Plainfield Township’s March 15 board meeting.

by BETH ALTENA Called “pure intimidation tactics” by Plainfield Township Manager Robert Homan, 140 residents, most angry, crowded Township’s meeting room Monday, March 15, and accused the board of a variety of violations. The meeting began at 7:30 p.m. with a public hearing and presentation by John Short on the township’s Five Year Master Plan […]