You can access the Michigan Works! Career Cafe through a new touch screen kiosk in the Antrim County Building. Resources available include job listings, networking advice, and interviewing tips. (Printing is not available at this kiosk, which is on the main floor.)
Due to storm damage, Coy Mountain is closed to the public until further notice. The Coy Mountain trail system is maintained by Helena Township.
Tree debris from the August 2 storm can be taken to the Road Commission’s Kewadin location at 13796 Winters Road (1/4 mile east of US 31) on Friday and Saturday of each week until September 12, 2015 from 9 am to 4 pm.
The facility will only collect tree wood debris and can be used by Antrim County residents and property owners only. No commercial debris will be accepted.
Updates will be available here and on the Emergency Services Facebook Page. The Facebook entry of August 28 gives tips on working with your insurance company to file a claim.
The Road Commission asks that residents not push debris into the right-of way as the Road Commission can only take responsibility for the clean-up of trees that were located in the right-of-way, not on private property.
Questions can be directed to Leslie Meyers, Emergency Services Coordinator, at 231-533-6569 or via email.