Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Michigan may join other Great Lakes states in restricting phosphorus fertilizer

Michigan may join other Great Lakes states in restricting phosphorus fertilizer MLive.com
"If passed by the Senate, Michigan would join other Great Lakes states including Minnesota, Wisconsin, New York and Illinois in restricting phosphorus fertilizer in some applications.

Similar bans are under consideration in three other states."

This is absolute junk science but ought to be a shot in the arm for Indiana Meijers and Walmarts!

Voter-approved accounting change boosts city of Muskegon budget

Voter-approved accounting change boosts city of Muskegon budget MLive.com

"That gave the city a one-time accounting advantage of collecting a year’s worth of revenues but having only six months of expenditures. There was no new cash in the city coffers — just a new way to account for it, said Finance Director Tim Paul."

Smoke and mirrors celebrated by the city and The Chronicle.

That'll bring in a lot of jobs......

Efforts to reintroduce wild rice in Muskegon Lake unsuccessful | MLive.com

Efforts to reintroduce wild rice in Muskegon Lake unsuccessful MLive.com

“Once it got above the water the swans would just come and eat it,” said Terry Stilson, program coordinator with the Muskegon River Watershed Assembly.

“We wanted it to be available for the wildlife but the wildlife wouldn’t let it establish itself.”

Muskegon County-Public Health, Mercy Visiting Nurses offering drive-through flu shots

Muskegon County-Public Health, Mercy Visiting Nurses offering drive-through flu shots MLive.com
"Visiting Nurses will provide flu shots for those with Medicare, while Public Health will assist those with Medicaid or who are paying out-of-pocket.

The cost is $27."

These same shots are available for $25 a Walmart, every day, for everyone.
Yet The Chronicle highlights the tax drainers reather than the tax paying company.
Same old, same old.

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