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Posted inElectionsGovernment

DeGroot Goes Solo At Candidate Forum

Mount Pleasant Village Trustee Dave DeGroot had a candidate forum all to himself Wednesday night after Village President Jerry Garski declined to participate in the event. DeGroot is running this year for both his trustee position and president. In his responses to the questions Wednesday night he indicated how he would have handled past issues […]

Posted inPolice and fire

DeGroot Blames Village President Supporters In Egging Home, No Arrests Made

Mount Pleasant Trustee David DeGroot circulated a press release Friday March, 10 alleging that supporters of village president Jerry Garski egged his house in a politically motivated attack, though investigators are not so sure. DeGroot hopes to unseat Garski in the April 4 election for village president. According to the release, four people egged DeGroot’s house […]

Posted inBusinessGovernmentReal Estate

Campbell Woods Development OK’d By Mount Pleasant Board

After months of deliberation and public hearings, Campbell Woods, a senior living development in Mount Pleasant, moved forward Monday following approval of a re-zoning ordinance. The $40 million development will see a 170-unit senior care facility in the Campbell Woods subdivision at the northeast corner of highways 31 and KR. The vote of approval for […]