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Remember When: Charlotte Carnegie Library

Remember When: Charlotte Carnegie Library

Deb Malewski Contributing Writer “A library is not a luxury, but one of the necessities of life,” said Henry Ward Beecher (1813-1887), speaker, abolitionist, and brother of Harriet Beecher Stowe. The early residents of Charlotte agreed with Beecher and were determined...

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Getting To Know…Pat Tirrell

Getting To Know…Pat Tirrell

Deb Malewski Contributing Writer Eaton County is dotted with historic centennial farms, a designation which signifies that they have been a working farm of ten or more acres and have been continuously owned by the same family for at least 100 years. The Tirrell Farm,...

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The Thirsty Bird

The Thirsty Bird

Deb Malewski Contributing Writer It’s been very difficult, financially, for food establishments during the COVID-19 pandemic. Amy and Martin Ramos, of Charlotte, know that all too well. They own two food businesses, the Thirsty Bird Bar and Kitchen in Charlotte and...

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City Exploring Fire Authority

City Exploring Fire Authority

One of the recent recommendations of the financial and operational analysis, available at charlottemi.org, is for the city to explore forming a fire authority with the area townships. To understand the reasoning for the recommendation, it is important to understand...

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Charlotte Hires New City Manager

Charlotte Hires New City Manager

The Charlotte City Council appointed Mrs. Erin LaPere as City Manager at the December 28, 2020 meeting, after a national search. “The entire city council was impressed with Mrs. LaPere,” according to Mayor Michael Armitage, “I believe she is well suited to help us...

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