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The Sun and News, Saturday, April 10, 2021/ Page 5

Real Estate


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will pay up to low $400,000,
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Help Wanted


GOLF COURSE LABORER-
All aspects of Golf course
maintenance, including mow-
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and bunker work. Please see
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Saskatoon Golf Club, 9038
92nd St., Alto. To set up an
appointment call 616-891-
ext. 16.
CAREGIVER WANTED in
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to do daily housekeeping and
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GARDENER WANTED:
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Part-Time work with flexible
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Lawn & Garden


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Garage Sale


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Business Services


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CONSTRUCTION: ADDI-
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For Rent


ONE-BEDROOM, ONE
BATH, Upstairs apartment
in Hastings for rent. Utilities
along with satellite & internet
included. $850 per month. No
Pets, Nonsmoker. Call Henry
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Sunday Services:
9:30 AM – Worship
11:00 AM – Sunday School
6:00 PM – Adult Bible Study
6:00 PM – Student Ministries
Dr. Brian F. Harrison, Pastor

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8900 Duffy Road
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Sunday Morning Worship ........................10:00 a.m.
Community Group ..................................11:00 a.m.
James L. Collison, Pastor
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Good Shepherd


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908 W. Main Street, Middleville
(Missouri Synod)
Matins Service (Wednesday)....... 9:00 a.m.
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Caledonia Township approves
widened shoulder for 68th Street
Greg Chandler
Staff Writer
When the Kent County
Road Commission rebuilds
68th Street between Cherry
Valley Avenue and
Thornapple River Drive this
summer, it will provide a
wider-than-usual shoulder on
the north side of the road that
can be used by pedestrians
and bicyclists.
The Caledonia Township
board Wednesday approved a
proposal for additional two
feet of pavement on the north
side of 68th, making that
shoulder eight feet wide. The
cost to the township for the
additional asphalt will be less
than $50,000, Supervisor
Bryan Harrison said.
The board’s action came
after a meeting earlier this
week involving Harrison,
board trustees Dale Hermenet
and Tim Bradshaw, trail con-
sultant Scott Post, and Road
Commission Deputy
Managing Director Wayne
Harrall. The group walked
along the 68th Street corridor
and discussed ideas for
non-motorized options.
“They believe they can
accommodate a mega-wide
shoulder, with striping, that
would become a de facto
trail,” Harrison said.
Hermenet, who has played
worked to expand the town-
ship’s trail network, said
there were two previous pro-
posals for separate trails
along 68th – one with an
estimated cost of $696,000,
another with an estimated
cost of more than $917,000.
“It’s a significant savings
to the taxpayer,” Hermenet
said of the proposal to create
the wider shoulder on the
north side of 68th Street.
The road commission
board is expected Tuesday to
approve the construction on
68th Street. The project has
an estimated cost of $1.
million. Construction is
expected to get underway in
mid-June with completion
slated for the end of
September, road commission
spokeswoman Maura
Lamoreaux said.
Harrison said the project
for the additional widened
shoulder has the support of
the township citizens trail
committee.
“It’s not the million-and-a-
half product that we would
get, but that would take years
and negotiations with proper-
ty owners potentially for
right of ways and be a sepa-
rately constructed project,”
Harrison said. “In essence,
we’re piggybacking on the
road design, taking advan-
tage of all the grading, of all
the engineering, of all the fill
work that will be done. We’re
getting a lot of bang for the
buck.”
In other action Wednesday,
the board:




  • Set an April 21 public
    hearing on an industrial facil-
    ities tax abatement request


for Ascent Brands at 5111
Beltway Drive, SE. The
company is seeking an abate-
ment over a 10-year period,
Township Clerk Joni Henry
said. The property is in the
Southbelt Industrial Park.


  • Approved advertising for
    a part-time administrative
    assistant position in the plan-
    ning, zoning and building
    department and appointing a
    search committee to go
    through the process of
    reviewing applications for
    the job. The position would
    be 20-24 hours a week. The
    search committee will con-
    sist of Robertson, Township
    Planner Lynee Wells and
    building/zoning coordinator
    lois Dekens.

  • Agreed to a request by
    US Signal Co. LLC for the
    use of township right of way
    over the next five years.

  • Approved a proposal by
    Century A&E to put together
    specifications for a replace-
    ment generator for the fire
    department.

  • Approved a permit
    request by Jake’s Fireworks
    to sell consumer-grade and
    low-impact fireworks for the
    upcoming summer holidays.
    “We’ve had no historical
    problems. It’s well-main-
    tained. They have safe stor-
    age. We’ve had no issues,”
    Harrison said.

  • Heard a report from
    Henry indicating that the
    new township website is in
    operation.

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