Share Tweet Share Email Comments Print ADVERTISEMENT LUCAS COUNTY 43412 Commercial Layton Terry & Sharon (orsurvtc) to Anchor Pointe Marina A Non Profit Cord, 10905 Corduroy Rd R, Curtice, $0, (10/04) Anchor Pointe Boat-a-minium Association Inc to Layton Terry & Sharon, 10905 Corduroy Rd R, Curtice, $0, (10/04) Residential Amonette Matthew R & Melissa K to Amonette Matthew R, 445 S Teachout Rd, Curtice, $0, (10/04) Perry Harvey M to Perry Harvey M, 11121 Bunting Rd, Curtice, $0, (10/04) 43522 Agricultural Fisher Wayne H Trustee to Oak Openings Properties LLC An Ohio Limited, 8521 Manore Rd, Grand Rapids, $0, (10/04) Stringer Lee Anne Trustee to Stringer Lee Anne, 9700 Manore Rd, Grand Rapids, $0, (10/04) Residential Morgan Charles E & Julie A to Morgan Charles E, 13360 Ludwig Rd, Grand Rapids, $0, (10/01) Kopp Doris to Hayes William R III & Kelly … [Read more...] about Real estate transfers: Oct. 1-5
Led by a dominant performance by Emily Moore, Mirror Lake’s 6th/7th grade cross country running teams swept the Anchorage Middle School Cross Country Running Championships Wednesday at Kincaid Park in Anchorage. Moore completed the 3-kilometer course in 16 minutes, 55 seconds to beat teammate Skyler Belmear by 46 seconds for the Coyote girls, who beat Goldenview by 10 points in the team standings. Goldenview’s Ella Atteberry was third. Axton Shipley was third in the 6th/7th boys race to lead the Mirror Lake boys, who also got a fourth-place finish from Fischer Sims and a seventh from Chase Nagel to eke out a first-place finish by four points over Goldenview. The Gruening 6th/7th girls were fifth in the team standings, while the GMS boys were eighth. Linnea Gray led the Gruening girls in 23rd, with Austin Honig in 13th to pace the Colt boys. Capozzi leads MLMS 8th graders The Mirror Lake 8th grade girls placed third in the team standings behind Goldenview and Hanshew. … [Read more...] about Mirror Lake runner earns ASD middle school championship, Coyotes sweep 6th/7th team titles
Share Tweet Share Email Comments Print ADVERTISEMENT LUCAS COUNTY 43412 Residential Cedoz Michael R to Cedoz Jordan G, 8504 Jerusalem Rd, Curtice, $130,000, (9/27) 43434 Residential Manning Mary J to Hipp John, 406 W Harbor View Dr, Harbor View, $0, (9/26) Manning Mary J to Hipp John, 408 W Harbor View Dr, Harbor View, $0, (9/26) 43504 Residential West Donald E & Catherine M to West Donald E & Catherine M, 12110 Sylvania Metamora Rd, Berkey, $0, (9/26) 43528 Commercial Dionyssiou Andreas & Harry to Dionyssiou Andreas & Harry, 7210 Airport Hwy, Holland, $0, (9/26) Exempt Young Mens Christian Association Of Grea to Young Mens Christian Association Of Grea, 2100 S Holland Sylvania Rd, Holland, $0, (9/25) Residential Ruth Jeremy M & Cassandrad to Diller Larry O Jr, 9757 W Bancroft St, Holland, $149,000, (9/25) Koenig Audrey J to Secretary (The) Of Housing &, 349 Shrewsbury Dr, Holland, $0, (9/25) Eversman Forrest S … [Read more...] about Real estate transfers: Sept. 24-28
Opinion OCT. 3, 2018 Opinion The Senate Should Not Confirm Kavanaugh. Signed, 650+ Law Professors. The following letter will be presented to the United States Senate on Oct. 4. It will be updated as more signatures are received. Judicial temperament is one of the most important qualities of a judge. As the Congressional Research Service explains, a judge requires “a personality that is even-handed, unbiased, impartial, courteous yet firm, and dedicated to a process, not a result.” The concern for judicial temperament dates back to our founding; in Federalist 78, titled “Judges as Guardians of the Constitution,” Alexander Hamilton expressed the need for “the integrity and moderation of the judiciary.” We are law professors who teach, research and write about the judicial institutions of this country. Many of us appear in state and federal court, and our work means that we will continue to do so, including before the United … [Read more...] about The Senate Should Not Confirm Kavanaugh. Signed, 650+ Law Professors.
It's not a secret that Lancaster is one of a handful of Buffalo suburbs whose population has boomed in recent decades, with a population that has grown by almost 50 percent since 1980. That growth has come with some of the problems that other communities have experienced, such as traffic volume and unexpected flooding. But Lancaster is dealing with an unexpected consequence: low water pressure. How low is it? It's so low that firefighters in Bowmansville had trouble putting out a house fire last month. It's so low that some residents say it is starting to affect quality-of-life issues. "We can't use the washing machine and shower at the same time," said Jennifer Tulumello, 46, who moved to Stutzman Road from Williamsville in 2002. "I can't take a shower while the kids are outside with the sprinkler. And it took us a week to fill the pool." Hydrants fail as firefighters battle house ablaze in Lancaster The culprit is no mystery. Population estimates this year in the … [Read more...] about Boomtown or bust: Lancaster dealing with growing pains