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Guest: Tane Casserley

Guest Tane Casserley from the National Marine Sanctuary talks about the different projects going on this summer.

End of Fiscal Year

The City of Alpena has ended the fiscal year financially better than they had budgeted.

This fiscal year ended June 30th and the city had revenue that came in $75 thousand more than what was predicted.

City clerk Karen Herbert says the city projected almost half a million dollars but only used about $50 thousand of the fund balance.

All nine departments came in under budget, which helped contribute to this.

Herbert says the budget will not be finalized until they are audited and adjustments are made.

New Water Rates

The City of Alpena is filing a lawsuit against Alpena Township for refusing to pay new water rates.

The two municipalities had a disagreement on how to set future water rates that resulted in a decision by the city to charge all users the same rate.

The township did not agree with this decision and only paid the portion of the bill that was equal to the old rates.

The city is filing the lawsuit to seek reimbursement for amounts already billed for water and sewer services and to terminate the 1977 agreement between the two parties.

Alpena city attorney William Pfeifer says Alpena has prided itself in having one of the lower rates in Northern Michigan, but feels it has come to the point where the city cannot maintain that rate and the system.

Leadership Youth Academy at CRTC

The 21st Annual Michigan National Guard Youth Leadership Camp is underway this week at the Combat Readiness Training Center.

Children of military officials are invited to attend the camp and get a chance to get away for a week while their parents may be on deployment or are expecting deployment.

The kids get to spend time with other military children their age and participate in fun activities such as paintball, archery, rock climbing, and ROV training with officials from the Thunder Bay Marine Sanctuary.

But attendees also get a chance to learn important leadership skills and get an idea of what their parents do in the military.

The 137 trailblazers will end their camp on Friday with a graduation for all the kids.

 

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