News from the Week
The top story was Tuesday’s primary elections, which featured District #2 commissioner Mark Walter fending off a challenge from Mike Anton, reauthorization of a countywide road millage and a split vote on an annual $29 per-household fee for five years to fund the county recycling program. At the above link there’s more election reports including township & municipal proposals.
Other stories included growing controversy on the Michigan Supreme Court that Leelanau resident Justice Elizabeth Weaver is at the heart of and a tour of Cedar from the Glen Arbor Sun.
The Week’s Weather
The week’s weather was great: not too hot with plenty of sun – exactly what you expect from early August in northern Michigan!
August 4, 2006: Mostly sunny & 70s (80Ëš/61Ëš)
August 5, 2006: Mostly sunny & 80s (86Ëš/59Ëš)
August 6, 2006: Partly sunny, breezy, some sprinkles (84Ëš/68Ëš)
August 7, 2006: Mostly sunny, breezy and 70s (78Ëš/63Ëš)
August 8, 2006: Mostly sunny & upper 70s (79Ëš/55Ëš)
August 9, 2006: Mostly sunny & 80 (82Ëš/57Ëš)
August 10, 2006: Mostly sunny & upper 70s (80Ëš/59Ëš)
Click for the Leelanau news archive from August 4th – August 10th, 2005