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The construction is expected to take the remainder of the year.
Inmates are scheduled to be transferred into the new facility by Nov. The court addition will be built onto the west side of the Annex, which is south of the main courthouse.
An east addition would be for a receiving building and kitchen.
Bid openings are set for December with the construction contract to be awarded in January.
But she admits Covert faces a number of challenges.
The legal question of whether the township and school district will have to reimburse New Covert Generating Plant millions of dollars due to a state decision to lower the company's taxes is still being argued in the courts.
But this week, former township clerk Dennis Palgen, who defeated Rose in the August primary and ran unopposed in the November general election, will take over. I can walk away with m head up.”Rose made local history in 2008 when voters elected her supervisor.
For Rose the loss is somewhat bittersweet.“I would have preferred he (Palgen) not run, but he was exercising his right to do so,” Rose said. Not only did she become the first female leader of the township, but the first black one.“I ran (for supervisor) because I wanted to give back to my community,” said Rose, who has been involved in politics for more than four decades.
She spent a decade serving the Michigan Department of Commerce as a liaison to the White House and was a lobbyist for Western Michigan University for 10 years.One of the hurdles to construction is getting permission from the Village of Paw Paw to build on St. But Commissioner John "Mike" Henry didn't see that as a lock-in.Assuming the millage is passed "the board is not obligated the levy the millage at all," Henry said.In the meantime, she's contemplating her next move.“My husband and I are working to see what will happen. Overall, the millage is expected to generate ,216,200 the first year."It (the building program) does include four projects," County Administrator Douglas Cultra told commissioners at their meeting earlier this month.
The money is to be used to pay back million in bonds the board intends to sell for the project which includes a 60,000-square-foot court addition, an addition and renovation of the jail, remodeling the Annex Building and renovating the Administration and Land Services Building. The jail portion calls for a north annex for booking, housing, a day room, medical rooms, offices and storage.
By ANDREW LERSTENFor the Tribune South Haven Public Schools Board of Education has given the green light for .4 million in bond-funded construction projects at several schools. Mc Cloughan eligible for the Medal of Honor for his acts of heroism and valor during the Vietnam War.