Albion city council

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City of Albion passes no-idling policy for vehicles city owns, rents or leases

The city of Albion is no longer standing idle on city vehicles blowing unnecessary dollars out of their exhaust pipes. On Monday, city council unanimously passed a no-idling policy for its fleet in an effort to preserve the environment and possibly put some money back into the city’s budget. The policy states that drivers of … Continue reading

>Albion city manager keeps job despite pressure, while city attorney’s contract is terminated

>Albion City Manager Mike Herman survived with his job intact following an hour-and-a-half executive session discussing his possible dismissal Monday night. The city attorney did not. Council voted 4-3 to terminate the services provided by Robison Law Office — which has served the city for more than 30 years — after discussing the attorney’s evaluation … Continue reading

>Albion residents voice aggravation and concern with the city’s department of public safety

> Albion residents voiced aggravation and concern with the city’s department of public safety at Monday’s City Council meeting, but the head of the department said the complaints come down to a lack of information and resources. Lonnie Brewer, president of the nonprofit Double Vision Center at 115 S. Superior St., said his organization is … Continue reading

>Committee will be given job of improving city of Albion’s website

> In an effort to attract more business to the city of Albion, city officials have decided to establish a new committee tasked with improving Albion’s website and other areas of technology. A more comprehensive website and expanded use of Albion’s public access television could play a role in drawing businesses to the community and … Continue reading

>City of Albion learns $375,000 grant from MDOT for Irwin Street work has been rescinded

> Two weeks ago, a contingent of Albion residents expressed concern that the city was set to receive matching grant money for a project on Irwin Avenue. They believed there were greater repair concerns in the city. Turns out it was a whole lot of commotion about nothing. On Tuesday, City Manager Mike Herman announced … Continue reading