ST. JOSEPH — A work session to discuss possible improvements to Riverview Park, Dickinson Park and Whirlpool Centennial Field will be conducted by St. Joseph city commissioners at 6 p.m. today at City Hall. The meeting is open to the public.Riverview Park, off Niles Road, encompasses 105 acres with ballfields, picnic shelters and lodges, and paths along the riverfront.
ST. JOSEPH — In his 2017 feasibility study on taking over the Road Commission, Berrien County Administrator Bill Wolf said a county department could be created without significant disruption to other functions.A subsequent resolution further spelled out the “how” of taking over the Road Commission. County commissioners last considered such a takeover in 2013 amid considerable turmoil and complaints of a hostile work environment for employees.
ST. JOSEPH — The Berrien County Road Commission had the opportunity Tuesday to defend an operation they said has been running well for a century.Speaking to the Berrien County Board of Commissioners, Road Commissioner Joe Margol compared the 100-year-old organization to an old oak tree that could be trimmed, but shouldn’t be removed.“If I am one of those guys, if I am part of the dead wood that is unproductive, cut me down and toss me aside,” Margol said to commissioners who are considering...
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Selecting a term
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