Don Wynn

Downtown Macomb Discussion
11:57 am
Sun March 16, 2014

Throwing Parties Instead of Attracting Business

Credit Rich Egger

Some Macomb aldermen question whether enough is being done to fill empty storefronts on the courthouse square.

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City Council Approves Pact
10:56 am
Fri April 5, 2013

Pay Raise for Macomb City Attorney

Credit Rich Egger

Macomb aldermen agreed to increase city attorney Kristen Petrie’s salary from $72,597.50 to $80,000. The raise will go into effect for the city’s next fiscal year, which begins May 1.

Approval was granted on a vote of 5-to-2. Alderman At Large Don Wynn and Fifth Ward Alderman Dave Dorsett were opposed. Fourth Ward Alderman Thomas Koch and Seventh Ward Alderman Clay Hinderliter were absent from the meeting.

Wynn feels the timing is not right.

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Campground Improvements
6:51 pm
Thu May 31, 2012

Changes Coming to Macomb's Spring Lake Park

Spring Lake
Rich Egger

The city plans to lay out 100 new camp sites to the south and west of the existing campgrounds at Spring Lake Park.

City Administrator Dean Torreson told aldermen the development can be done in stages.

“Maybe 20 at a time or something like that, 25 at a time as we can afford it and as the market can absorb it,” Torreson said.

A city memo said once the project is completed, the city will rework some existing sites. That project will include installation of new utility lines.

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