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Nov 8 Fund Raising Meeting Notice

Members of the public, the Hayes Township Parks and Recreation Committee and members of the Board of Trustees will be meeting on November 8, 2017, 7:00 p.m. at the Hayes Township Hall, 09195 Old US 31 N., Charlevoix to discuss fund raising for the Hayes Township Park – Camp Sea-Gull. Please consider joining us for a discussion of fund raising opportunities for projects at Hayes Township Parks. For more information email Supervisor Ron VanZee at supervisor@hayestownshipmi.gov

Nov 8 Meeting Notice

HAYES TOWNSHIP
Parks & Recreation Advisory Committee MEETING NOTICE

The Hayes Township Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee regular scheduled meeting for November 1, 2017 has been moved to Wednesday, November 8, 2017, 5:30 p.m. at the Hayes Township Hall, 09195 Old US 31 N., Charlevoix. All public participation is welcome.

Hayes Township 231-547-6961

JOB Post TOWNSHIP HALL JANITOR

Hayes Township, Charlevoix County is seeking a person to fill a part time position with varying hours to clean the Township Hall. Interested persons should contact the Hayes Township Clerk for a copy of the full job description and an application; clerk@hayestownshipmi.gov, 231-547-6961.

Applications and letter of interest will be due by November 1, 2017 at Hayes Township, 09195 Old US 31 N., Charlevoix, MI 49720 or may be emailed to clerk@hayestownshipmi.gov. Preference will be given to Hayes Township residents.

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$5,000 grant for pedestrian walkways to park fishing pier

Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians Grant 2% Award to
Charlevoix County Hayes Township

Charlevoix County’s Hayes Township was awarded grant funds from the 2% Award of the Grand Traverse Band (GTB) of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians from the first half of the 2017 grant cycle. The grant of $5,000 will be used to construct pedestrian walkways leading to the fishing pier to be constructed at Hayes Township Park Camp Sea-Gull on the north shore of Lake Charlevoix.

The 2% Award is a condition of the consent decree settling Tribes vs Engler. Under the decree, the GTB of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians agreed to pay 2% of its video gaming revenue to local units of government for deserving community projects. Since the 2% Awards began in 1994, the GTB has donated millions of dollars to hundreds of local projects.