Midland City Council delays votes on sidewalks; recognizes youth art

Midland Town Council postpone a vote on sidewalk tasks thanks to an mistake with the related proposal’s language.

On Monday, council met in a normal assembly to vote on requested and proposed town sidewalk projects for 2022. Council also recognized pupils for their get the job done with the Make Midland Gorgeous Artwork Celebration.

Town Engineer Matt Lemon said the 2022 Sidewalk Enhancement Application has 5 initiatives to contemplate, which had been asked for by town people. The proposed assignments are shown underneath:

  • West side of Dublin Avenue from Saginaw Street to south of Amberwood Court.
  • North facet of E. Ashman St. at 3545 E. Ashman St. (residence).
  • West side of West Main St. at 4525 W. Main St. (residence).
  • West facet of Dublin Avenue at 6003 Dublin Ave. (home).
  • East facet of Waldo Avenue from East Patrick Road to south of Eastlawn Drive.

The city would spend aspect of the project costs and evaluate the rest to homeowners along the project spots. Council member Steve Arnosky explained projects like the just one alongside Waldo Avenue would deal with protection problems.


Even so, the addresses and costs for the two tasks on Dublin Avenue had been accidently switched in the resolutions. Town Manager Brad Kaye stated town workers is examining the general public notices to determine if the town requirements to keep an additional public hearing and when council can vote on the projects.

Council also voted to figure out 9 elementary and middle university youngsters for outstanding work in making posters for the 2022 “Make Midland Attractive Artwork Celebration.” This celebration encourages creative imagination amid young children in the next and sixth grades by inviting them to produce a poster on “what would make Midland stunning.”

More than 800 learners participated in the 10th annual celebration, stated Marcie Write-up of the parks and recreation section.

The students regarded for 2022 ended up:

  • Katie Cai (sixth grader at Jefferson Center University).
  • Henry Kosick (sixth grader at Northeast Center Faculty).
  • Raelynn Graham (next grader at Plymouth Elementary).
  • Maddy Hale (second grader at Siebert Elementary).
  • Owen Lewis (second grader at St. John’s Lutheran).
  • Emily Schroeder (second grader at Central Park Elementary).
  • Brexley Sheets (2nd grader at Woodcrest Elementary).
  • Camila Villarreal (next grader at Chestnut Hill Elementary).
  • Sarah Wendt (next grader at Adams Elementary).  

Their artwork can be considered on the city’s web site.

Other council small business:

  • Council unanimously accredited a grant software for Dial-a-Trip for the uses of acquiring two electric transit vans.
  • Council authorized unanimously to approve Midland Cancer Products and services to use for a distinctive liquor license for its Meal on Primary – Assemble for Very good function getting spot in Downtown Midland’s Commons Location.
  • Council unanimously appointed Britney Hyde of Huntington Financial institution and Tony Stamas, president and CEO of the Midland Enterprise Alliance, to the Downtown Advancement Authority.
  • Council established a community listening to on the evaluation roll for the 2022 Midland Searching Area Redevelopment Act (SARA) District exclusive assessment roll.