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by Debra Mead
Friday, July 19, 2019

The Grayling City Council has scheduled a Special Meeting on Monday, July 22, 2019 at 6:00 PM in the Council Chambers at the Grayling City Hall, 1020 City Boulevard. 

Topics of the meeting will be:

1. Emergency Well Repair - Bid Policy

2. Military Contract Extension

3. PFAS Infrastructure Extension to Grayling Charter Township

by Debra Mead
Friday, July 19, 2019
by Chelsea Goodwin
Wednesday, July 17, 2019

The City of Grayling is seeking qualified applicants for a full-time Union Custodial position within the Department of Public Works.  The person selected will be responsible for the maintenance and cleaning of City Hall, the State Police Crime Lab and the Nature Center/Public Restrooms.  Maintenance includes but not limited to landscaping, snow removal, cleaning and building up keep.

Applicants must be 21 years of age, a high school graduate or have passed a G.E.D. equivalency test, have reliable transportation, a valid Michigan driver's license with the ability to obtain chauffeur's endorsement and have a clear driving record.  Applicants must also be able to pass an extensive background check.

Full-time starting wage is $14.38/hr. with benefits included.

Applications are available at Grayling City Hall located at 1020 City Boulevard or on the City's website.

Applications must be received by 4pm August 1, 2019.

by Chelsea Goodwin
Friday, July 12, 2019

REGARDING RECYCLING IN CRAWFORD COUNTY

Due to the rising costs associated with recycling and the drop in the value of recyclable material, the Crawford County Recycling Council has determined it to be potentially more economical for each township/city to determine the course of their own recycling efforts.  Each municipality will decide whether or not to continue recycling and whether or not to continue the county recycling surcharge in order to fund the recycling program.

Grayling Township Recycling Center will accept recyclable material from residents of Grayling Township ONLY. Residents will be required to show their green and white compactor pass to enter and use the compacting/recycling services at the center.  The recycling center hours will remain the same.  This policy change impacts recycling ONLY.  Trash removal will remain the same in all municipalities (township/city).  Contact your municipality with any questions.

The City is currently researching options to offer recycling for city residents.  Residents will be notified as soon as the information is available.

by Chelsea Goodwin
Friday, July 12, 2019
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TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW FOR THE 2ND ANNUAL LUMBERJACK PANCAKE BREAKFAST ON JULY 27TH FROM 8AM-11AM LOCATED ON 'BREW AVE'.  TICKETS ARE $5 EACH OR 4 FOR $16...SO BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY AND SAVE $$ AND THE HASSLE OF COOKING AND CLEANING!!  ALL TICKETS PURCHASED BEFORE JULY 22ND ARE ELIGIBLE FOR AN AMAZING PRIZE PACK!!  GET YOUR TICKETS TODAY AT ONE OF THE LISTED LOCATIONS OR HERE AT CITY HALL.

by Chelsea Goodwin
Monday, April 1, 2019

The 2019 Yard Waste Pick up will start on April 16th and go through November 19th (weather permitting).  Yard waste shall include grass, leaves, weeds, garden waste, hedge trimmings, nuts, discarded fruit, small twigs, branches less than one-inch in diameter, cut into four-foot sections securely bundled.  All yard waste must be placed at the curb in biodegradable paper bags or reusable rigid containers, 30-gallon size or smaller plainly marked "Yard Waste".  Any bag, container or bundle must not exceed 60lbs.

by Chelsea Goodwin
Tuesday, September 4, 2018

The City Resident Rental Ordinance will be discussed during the City Council Meeting September 17, 2018.

by LIAA Support
Tuesday, March 28, 2017

As of March 28, 2017 Credit/Debit Card Payments made at City Hall via GovPay must show valid id that matches the name on the Credit/Debit Card being used for the payment.