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Charlevoix County News - January 05, 2012

Charlevoix County News - January 05, 2012

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EAST JORDAN β€” When grabbing the leash to take Fido for a walk in the city of East Jordan, dog walkers are advised to grab a disposable bag, as well.
An ordinance was intro- duced at the city commis- sion meeting on Aug. 3, to amend Section 6-36 of the Code of Ordinances. Sec- tion 6-36 addresses re
Publisher’s note: As this story appears in publication, Troy Drebenstedt is riding his bicycle from Sault Ste. Marie to the BGoublfDofreMbenxiscteodwt iatnhdhhisisfather
younger brother, Regan Dreben- stedt. The adventure is to raise awareness of the plight of dis- abled veterans.
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Page 2A β€’ Charlevoix County News
Local News
January 5, 2012
THuRSday
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FRiday
high: upper 30’s lOW: low 30’s
SaTuRday
high: low 30’s lOW: low 20’s
Sunday
high: upper 20’s lOW: low 20’s
record temps
Day ..........Avg. high........Avg. low ................Record high..............Record low
5................30Β°F...........15Β°F..........50Β°F (2007) ........-2Β°F (1968) 6................30Β°F...........15Β°F..........50Β°F (2008) ......-12Β°F (1973) 7................30Β°F...........15Β°F..........52Β°F (2008) ......-12Β°F (1973) 8................30Β°F...........15Β°F..........49Β°F (2008) ......-17Β°F (1981) 9................30Β°F...........14Β°F..........49Β°F (2003) ......-25Β°F (1977) 10..............30Β°F...........14Β°F..........48Β°F (2002) ......-15Β°F (1982) 11..............30Β°F...........14Β°F..........50Β°F (1914) ......-23Β°F (1981)
snowfall
Atlanta Charlevoix East Jordan Gaylord Mio Onaway Petoskey
2010-11 Amount
1/3/2011........12.9 1/3/2011........22.2 1/3/2011........32.7 1/3/2011........44.2 1/3/2011..........5.8 1/3/2011........27.4 1/3/2011........42.6
2011-12 Amount
1/2/2012 ...............4 1/2/2012 ............6.3 1/2/2012 ..........17.7 1/2/2012 ..........37.6 1/2/2012 ............7.6 1/2/2012 ............8.5 1/2/2012 ..........17.5
COUNTY RECORDS
ASSuMeD NAMeS:
The following businesses recently filed with the Charlevoix County Clerk's of- fice for an assumed name for doing business:
Kenwabikise Gillgetter’s Inc., 6137 Barnard Road, Charlevoix by Andrew William Kenwabikise.
A Place to Call Home, 02791 Sequanota Road, East Jordan by Sheila Johnstone.
MARRiAge liCeNSeS
The following people have re- cently filed for marriage licenses with the County of Charlevoix:
Andrew Charles Wright, 25, Charlevoix and Amanda Lynn Holder, 29, Charlevoix.
BOYNE CITY POLICE DEPT.
Monday, December 26
1:30amDomestic Dispute in the 1000 block of West St
8:45amReport of barking
dogs in the 500 block of W Michigan Av
Tuesday, December 27
4:38amAssisted Sheriff De- partment with disturbance
7:43amSuspicious vehicle in the 500 block of Groveland St
10:22am Stop sign run over in the 500 block of N Lake St
10:35am NSF check com- plaint recei
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EAST JORDAN β€” When grabbing the leash to take Fido for a walk in the city of East Jordan, dog walkers are advised to grab a disposable bag, as well.
An ordinance was intro- duced at the city commis- sion meeting on Aug. 3, to amend Section 6-36 of the Code of Ordinances. Sec- tion 6-36 addresses re
Publisher’s note: As this story appears in publication, Troy Drebenstedt is riding his bicycle from Sault Ste. Marie to the BGoublfDofreMbenxiscteodwt iatnhdhhisisfather
younger brother, Regan Dreben- stedt. The adventure is to raise awareness of the plight of dis- abled veterans.
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Sitting across from the 27- year-old soldier at the Charlevoix library on a sum- mer day, observing his quick smile and steady calmness, it is surprising to find out that he was nearly killed i
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STILL JUST
75Β’
Page 2A β€’ Charlevoix County News
Local News
January 5, 2012
THuRSday
high: low 30’s lOW: upper 20’s
FRiday
high: upper 30’s lOW: low 30’s
SaTuRday
high: low 30’s lOW: low 20’s
Sunday
high: upper 20’s lOW: low 20’s
record temps
Day ..........Avg. high........Avg. low ................Record high..............Record low
5................30Β°F...........15Β°F..........50Β°F (2007) ........-2Β°F (1968) 6................30Β°F...........15Β°F..........50Β°F (2008) ......-12Β°F (1973) 7................30Β°F...........15Β°F..........52Β°F (2008) ......-12Β°F (1973) 8................30Β°F...........15Β°F..........49Β°F (2008) ......-17Β°F (1981) 9................30Β°F...........14Β°F..........49Β°F (2003) ......-25Β°F (1977) 10..............30Β°F...........14Β°F..........48Β°F (2002) ......-15Β°F (1982) 11..............30Β°F...........14Β°F..........50Β°F (1914) ......-23Β°F (1981)
snowfall
Atlanta Charlevoix East Jordan Gaylord Mio Onaway Petoskey
2010-11 Amount
1/3/2011........12.9 1/3/2011........22.2 1/3/2011........32.7 1/3/2011........44.2 1/3/2011..........5.8 1/3/2011........27.4 1/3/2011........42.6
2011-12 Amount
1/2/2012 ...............4 1/2/2012 ............6.3 1/2/2012 ..........17.7 1/2/2012 ..........37.6 1/2/2012 ............7.6 1/2/2012 ............8.5 1/2/2012 ..........17.5
COUNTY RECORDS
ASSuMeD NAMeS:
The following businesses recently filed with the Charlevoix County Clerk's of- fice for an assumed name for doing business:
Kenwabikise Gillgetter’s Inc., 6137 Barnard Road, Charlevoix by Andrew William Kenwabikise.
A Place to Call Home, 02791 Sequanota Road, East Jordan by Sheila Johnstone.
MARRiAge liCeNSeS
The following people have re- cently filed for marriage licenses with the County of Charlevoix:
Andrew Charles Wright, 25, Charlevoix and Amanda Lynn Holder, 29, Charlevoix.
BOYNE CITY POLICE DEPT.
Monday, December 26
1:30amDomestic Dispute in the 1000 block of West St
8:45amReport of barking
dogs in the 500 block of W Michigan Av
Tuesday, December 27
4:38amAssisted Sheriff De- partment with disturbance
7:43amSuspicious vehicle in the 500 block of Groveland St
10:22am Stop sign run over in the 500 block of N Lake St
10:35am NSF check com- plaint recei

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whether to appoint her.She did receive apologiesfrom them.Commissioners RichardGillespie, Bob Drebenst-edt, Ron Reinhardt andShirlene Tripp voted notto appoint Roloff for an-other term on the Recy-cling Committee and JoelEvans voted to appointher. Chris Christensenvoted with Evans, but hesaid it was because hedoes not like the slate ofΒ names method, but prefersto vote for individuals.Roloff ended her pres-entation to the board witha question and a state-ment.β€œWho will be hurt nextΒ just because we don’t likethat person or [are] justplain jealous of them?”she said. β€œCommissionersΒ β€” Charlevoix County de-serves better.”
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COUNTYRECORDS
ASSuMeD NAMeS:
The following businessesrecently filed with theCharlevoix County Clerk's of-fice for an assumed name fordoing business:
Kenwabikise Gillgetter’s Inc.,6137 Barnard Road, Charlevoixby Andrew William Kenwabikise.Β A Place to Call Home, 02791Sequanota Road, East Jordanby Sheila Johnstone.
MARRiAge liCeNSeS
The following people have re-cently filed for marriage licenseswith the County of Charlevoix:
Β Andrew Charles Wright, 25,Charlevoix and Amanda LynnHolder, 29, Charlevoix.
BOYNE CITYPOLICE DEPT.
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1:30amDomestic Dispute inthe 1000 block of West St8:45amReport of barkingdogs in the 500 block of WMichigan Av
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4:38amAssisted Sheriff De-partment with disturbance7:43amSuspicious vehicle inthe 500 block of Groveland St10:22am Stop sign run overin the 500 block of N Lake St10:35am NSF check com-plaint received from the 100block of N Park St12:46pm Civil dispute over alaptop in the 100 block of EWater St8:51pm Assist Fire Depart-ment in the on Kaden Ln
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1:00amAssist Sheriff Depart-ment with domestic dispute onChurch Rd1:35pm Empty money bagturned in that was found in the300 block of N Lake St. Re-turned toowner.3:08pm Unlock truck in the700 block of Wenonah St6:54pm Citation issued forspeed.7:30pm Citation issued forspeed11:32pm Report of tiresbeing slashed on Franklin St
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Day..........Avg. higξ€€........Avg. low................Record higξ€€..............Record low
5................30Β°F...........15Β°F..........50Β°F (2007) ........-2Β°F (1968)6................30Β°F...........15Β°F..........50Β°F (2008) ......-12Β°F (1973)7................30Β°F...........15Β°F..........52Β°F (2008) ......-12Β°F (1973)8................30Β°F...........15Β°F..........49Β°F (2008) ......-17Β°F (1981)9................30Β°F...........14Β°F..........49Β°F (2003) ......-25Β°F (1977)10..............30Β°F...........14Β°F..........48Β°F (2002) ......-15Β°F (1982)11..............30Β°F...........14Β°F..........50Β°F (1914) ......-23Β°F (1981)
ment on Behling Rd.10:42am 911 hang up callfrom the 1000 block of Boyne Av12:02pm Report of stolen
wal-let in the 400 block of N Lake St
12:04pm Report of suspiciousactivity in the 700 block of LakePark Dr8:10pm Responded to the100 block of E Pine for report ofhouse being trashed. Un-founded.
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7:02amAssist Fire Departmentin the 100 block of S Lake St8:37amUnlock in the 800 blockof S Park St11:47am Harassing phonecommunications reported in the900 block of Roosevelt St12:17pm Arrested subject forDWLS 3rd offense and improperplate.2:30pm Subject at PD withcustody questions3:04pm Domestic dispute inthe 400 block of State St9:00pm Alarm in the 900 blockof N Lake St
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12:000amAssist SheriffDepartment on Brown Rd9:15amReport of phone fraudin the 800 block of S Park St12:15pm Drive off from the1300 block of Boyne Av12:38pm Driving complaint inthe 400 block of N Lake St5:00pm Report of harassingphone calls being received onJaycee Ln.8:50pm Citation issued for NoProof of Insurance
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12:53amReport offight in the 100 block of N ParkSt. One subject arrested for war-rant.1:24amArrested subject forOWI/OUID, possession of mari-Β juana, transporting open intoxi-cants, and DWLS at n East andBailey Street1:32amReport of possible fightin the 300 block of E Division St1:51amReport of fight in the400 block of N East St3:13amArrested subject for as-sault, possession of marijuana,and attempted resisting andobstructing.4:02amChecked on suspicioussubjects in Veteran's Park4:43amChecked on suspicioussubjects in Rotary Park.11:37am Subject at PD withpossible child abuse/neglectcomplaint.12:13pm Lodged stray dog atshelter8:15pm Citation issued for NoProof of Insurance. Arrested onefor DWLS10:15pm Civil complaint inthe 300 block of E Division St10:34pm Arrested subject forDWLS11:31pm Report of slashedtire in the 400 block of Trent St.Not slashed just flat.11:40pm Report of MDOP toNintendo, stereo and TV cablesin the 300 block of E Division St
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CHARLEVOIX β€” An ar-rest was made of a HayesTownship man when detec-tives found more than 400images of child pornogra-phy on his computer.Robert R. Howard, 47,was arrested by theCharlevoix County Sher-iff’s Department on Dec.24, 2011 on five counts ofΒ child sexually abusive ma-terial, a four-year felonyand a sixth count of com-puter use to commit acrime, a seven-year felony.Howard was arraigned inCharlevoix County DistrictCourt on Tuesday, Jan. 3. A$20,000 bond was posted.Howard is out on bond. Apreliminary examinationwill be scheduled soon.The investigation led topictures of females nude orsemi-nude, ranging in agesfrom 7-years-old to 16-years-old.Sheriff Don Schneidersaid the investigation con-tinues.
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On Sunday January 1,2012 at approximately 9:40p.m. the Charlevoix CountySheriff’s Office was dis-patched to a private prop-erty accident at theintersection of DisciplesCourt and Mountain PassRoad located at BoyneMountain. The driver wasidentified as 50 year oldTammy Remsberg, ofΒ Boyne City, who lost con-trol of her 2007 Kia and im-pacted a fire hydrant. Theimpact caused Remsberg’sforehead to make contactwith the windshield. Shesustained a minor lacera-tion to her forehead andsought treatment at North-ern Michigan Hospital.Remsberg was treated andreleased the same night.
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The following is an analysis of Public Act0269 of 2011 that was signed by the Gover-nor on Dec. 19, 2011. It was introduced onNov. 9, 2011 as Senate Bill No. 806 to amend1936 Public Act 1, entitled β€œMichigan Em-ployment Security Act.” It will be of inter-est to employers and employees. Althoughextensive, this is not the complete languageof the Act.PUBLIC ACT 269 of 2011The bill amended the Michigan Employ-ment Security Act to do the following:Β β€” Increase the taxable wage base from$9,000 to $9,500, but reduce it to $9,000 fornondelinquent employers when the balancein the Unemployment Compensation Fundreaches $2.5 billion.Β β€” Phase in a reduction of the experiencerating period from five to three years. β€”Β Allow certain employers with 25 or feweremployees to apportion their first-quartercontributions.Β β€” Phase in a requirement for all employ-ers to file quarterly wage reports electroni-cally.Β β€” Revise criteria that apply to seasonalemployment.Β β€” Provide for an employer’s account notto be charged for a week and the remainingweeks in a benefit year if a claimant re-ports earnings at least equal to the em-ployer’s weekly benefit charges for thatindividual.Β β€” Require claimants to be actively en-gaged in seeking work, and to report detailsof the work search, in order to qualify forbenefits.Β β€” Provide that claimants will be consid-ered unavailable for work if they fail tocommunicate with a chargeable employeror the Unemployment Insurance Agency(UIA), or cannot be reached by mail orphone.Β β€” Provide that, after a claimant has re-ceived benefits for 50% of a benefit year,work will not be considered unsuitable be-cause it is outside of his or her training orexperience if it pays at least 120% of theweekly benefit amount.Β β€” Until October 1, 2015, require benefitsto be reduced by 40 cents, rather than 50cents, for each dollar of remuneration aclaimant earns or receives, and provide thattotal earnings and benefits may not exceed1-3/5, rather than 1.5, times the weekly ben-efit amount.Β β€” Include theft, absenteeism, and the lossof a job requirement, in the grounds for dis-qualification for benefits.Β β€” Designate as a felony certain criminalviolations that involve benefits or paymentsover $3,500 but less than $25,000.Β β€” Include officers and directors in provi-sions that prohibit willful violations.Β β€” Increase the administrative fine foremployers’ noncompliance with reportingrequirements.Β β€” Increase from 20% to 50% the amountthat may be deducted from benefits orwages for improperly collected benefits, andotherwise revise restitution provisions. β€”Β Authorize the UIA to conduct an amnestyprogram for the recovery of improperlypaid benefits.Β β€” Allow the UIA to obtain restitution ofΒ benefit overpayments by various methods,including administrative garnishment.Β β€” Establish a new test for whether serv-ices are employment, effective January 1,2013.Β β€” Allow a business entity to ask the UIAto determine whether services are in cov-ered employment, and provide that onlywages paid after the determination will beused for benefit qualifying purposes, andpenalties will accrue only on contributionsbased on those wages.Β β€” Permit the UIA to disclose informationto law enforcement agencies for criminal in-vestigations.Β β€” Require a lottery prize of $1,000 ormore to be remitted to the UIA for theamount the winner owes to the Agency.Β β€” Eliminate the Special Fraud ControlFund.Β β€” State that a reference in the Act totransmission or receipt by mail includesany form of electronic transmission or re-ceipt approved by the UIA.Β β€” Delete a requirement that, at the closeof each fiscal year, money in the ContingentFund in excess of $15.0 million lapse to theUnemployment Trust Fund.EmployersEmployer Contribution RateThe Act requires the UIA to determinethe contribution rate of each contributingemployer for each calendar year accordingto calculations specified in the Act. The cal-culations take into account wages paid bythe employer over a five-year experiencerating period.Under the bill, the five-year experiencerating period will apply to an employer thatwas a contributing employer before Janu-ary 1, 2012, and does not convert from a re-imbursing employer to a contributingemployer on or after that date. A four-yearexperience rating period will apply to anemployer that becomes a contributing em-ployer during 2012, and a three-year experi-ence rating period will apply to an employerthat becomes a contributing employer on orafter January 1, 2013.The bill also revises the calculation of thechargeable benefits component of an em-ployer’s contribution. For 2012, the calcula-tion will be based on the amount of benefitscharged to the employer’s experience ac-count and the employer’s taxable payrollwithin a 48-month period (instead of 60months); and for 2013 and future years, thecalculation will be based on the amountcharged to the experience account and pay-roll within a 36-month period.Taxable Wage LimitThe Act establishes a β€œtaxable wagelimit” (or base) for the purpose of determin-ing the amount of contributions due froman employer.Beginning with the 2012 calendar year,the bill increases the taxable wage limitfrom $9,000 to $9,500. If the balance in the
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Unemployment Compensation Fund at the begin-ning of a year equals or exceeds $2.5 billion, how-ever, and the UIA projects that the balance willremain at or above that level for the remainder ofΒ the quarter and the entire next quarter, the taxablewage limit for that quarter and the next quarterwill be $9,000 for an employer that is not delin-quent in the payment of unemployment contribu-tions, penalties, or interest.Apportioned Employer ContributionsThe bill requires the UIA to allow a contributingemployer that employs 25 or fewer individuals dur-ing the pay period that includes January 1, 2012, orduring the corresponding pay period in each sub-sequent calendar year, and that incurred 50% ormore of its total previous year’s contribution obli-gation in the first quarter of that year, to pay itscontributions due in the following year throughquarterly payments that distribute the payment ofΒ the first quarter’s obligation equally over the fourquarters in that year.The first quarterly payment must include 25% ofΒ the obligation incurred in that quarter. The sec-ond, third, and fourth quarterly payments eachmust include the obligation incurred in that quar-ter plus 25% of the first quarter’s obligation.To avoid interest and penalties that otherwisewould apply to those payments, the employer mustnotify the UIA of the election to make apportionedpayments with the first quarter’s payment, andthen timely file each quarter’s payment in theamounts prescribed.These provisions will apply to contributions be-ginning in the 2013 tax year.
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There’s nothing quite likethe turning of the year toprovoke one to look backΒ at the times past with asense of nostalgia for whathas been as well as antici-pation of what is to be.Looking back 100 yearsago, when the 20th Cen-tury was just gettingsteady on its legs, theworld was a significantlydifferent place than it istoday. Here are a fewβ€œmind boggling” statisticsfrom a world just a fewgenerations past;- The average life ex-pectancy was 47 years;according to the CenterΒ for Disease Control (CDC)today it is 77.9 years.- Only 14 percent ofhomes had a bathtub.- Only 8 percent ofhomes had a telephone.- The maximum speedlimit in most cities was 10mph.- The average wage in1909 was 22 cents perΒ hour. The average workerΒ made between $200 and$400 per year. A compe-tent accountant could ex-pect to earn $2000 perΒ year, a dentist $2,500 perΒ year, a veterinarian be-tween $1,500 and $4,000per year, and a mechani-cal engineer about $5,000per year. According to the2010 Census, today’s me-dian family income is$49,777.
- The tallest structure inthe world was the EiffelTower (at 1,063 ft).Today, the world’s talleststructure is Burj Khalifa inDubai, at 2,723 feet.
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