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    From the Petoskey News-Review: A development that promises to bring 42 new apartments and retail space to downtown Boyne City moved a big step closer to becoming a reality Tuesday when the Boyne City City Commission approved a tax abatement request for the project. At Tuesday's regular semimonthly meeting, the city commission voted unanimously to approve a tax abatement request from Michigan ...read more
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    The Northern Michigan Chamber Alliance released a 5-part plan with recommendations on generating and distributing new state revenues for road and bridge construction in Michigan. The Alliance's "2019 Road Funding Principles" document calls on state lawmakers to dedicate new fuel taxes or fees to road and bridge construction under regional funding models that bring parity to Northern Michigan. ...read more
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    Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices-Michigan Real Estate has moved their Boyne City location from East Water Street to a new, larger office at 104 S. Lake Street, next to Charlevoix State Bank. The space was formerly occupied by Christie's North Harbor Real Estate."We needed more space and consider the new location prime for our long term commitment to promote Boyne Area Real Estate," said David Beek, ...read more
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    Demolition of the former Carter’s Food Center in Boyne City is slated to begin August 15th. Great Lakes Energy (GLE) purchased the property, which stands adjacent to GLE’s headquarters at 1323 Boyne Avenue, early this spring with plans to expand their current office space due to the cooperative’s growth in recent years.The site will be fenced off prior to construction. Construction crews will work ...read more
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    James Richman, a financial advisor with the Boyne City office of Edward Jones, has joined the board of directors of the Boyne Area Chamber. Richman was appointed to fill a board position previously held by Chris Bandy. Chamber Executive Director Kim Akin said, "We are happy to have James join our board, and we extend our thanks to Chris Bandy, who served on the board for nearly three years, ...read more
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