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Planning Commission Meeting June 6, @12pm

The Edmore Planning Commission will be holding a meeting Wednesday, June 6, 2018 at 12:00pm. The meeting will be held at the Curtis Community Building located at 209 S. Sheldon Street, Edmore, MI 48829.

Matters to be discussed will include reviewing the Site Plan Review Process, Master Plan and other related matters.

The public will have the opportunity to make comments at the meeting and may submit written comments in advance. Comments should be addressed to: The Village of Edmore, PO Box 170, Edmore, MI 48829. This notice is given in compliance with Act No. 267 of the Public Acts of Michigan, 1976. Special accommodations for persons with handicapping conditions who plan to attend the meeting will be provided if such persons will contact the Village of Edmore office at 989-427-5641 in advance of the meeting.the Curtis Building/Village Office, 209 S. Sheldon Street, Edmore, Mich

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Village Offices Closed Memorial Day

The Village Office will be closed Monday, May 28, 2018 in observance of Memorial Day. Village offices will reopen Tuesday, May 29, 2018 at 9:00am. The Drop-box is always available for water and sewer payments. Have a safe Memorial Day Weekend!

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Water Rates Increasing

The Edmore Village Council approved an increase of $1.78 per month or 8.2% of the water rate at the May 14, 2018 council meeting. The combined monthly water and sewer rate for residential consumers will be $58.89 starting July billing.
The village water system has made major infrastructure upgrades over the last several years. These upgrades are unavoidable given the age of the system and requirements by state and federal agencies to ensure water quality to village consumers and was based on a plan to slowly adjust rates for residents. If you have any questions on the water quality or rates feel free to contact the village office. Consumers Confidence Reports will be available by July 1st.

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