March/April 2018 Meetings Notice

MEETINGS NOTICE

Village of Lawrence Committee Meetings Posting

(Unless indicated otherwise, all meetings are held at the Village Hall)

Regular Meetings This Month

Administration Committee (3rd Tuesday) Tuesday, March 20th, 6:00pm
Community Development Committee (1st Thursday) Thursday, April 5th, 6:00pm
DDA (4th Wednesday) Wednesday, April 25th, 7:00pm
LDFA (4th Wednesday) Wednesday, April 25th, 6:00 pm
Joint Parks & Rec Committee Meeting@ Lawrence Township Hall Sunday, April 21th, 9:00am
Ox Roast Committee Thursday, March 15th, at 6:00pm
Personnel Committee Tuesday, March 27th, 6:00pm
Planning Commission (4th Monday) Monday, March 23th, 7:00pm
Public Service Meeting (1st Monday) Wednesday, April 4th, 6:00pm
Regular Council Meeting (2nd Tuesday) Tuesday, April 10th, 7:00pm
Joint Parks and Rec @ Township Hall (Public Hearing) Saturday, March 17th, 9:00 am

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you are experiencing a water or sewer emergency outside of normal Village business hours, please contact the Department if Public Works at 269-312-4040.

Administrative Assistant: Village of Lawrence

Administrative Assistant, Village of Lawrence. Full-time position M-F, occasional evening meeting. Ideal candidate is customer focused, can multi-task comfortably, has AP/AR experience, and has expertise in the MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) and BS&A (AP/AR/Payroll). Responsibilities include general office tasks (phones, mail, supplies, calendars, correspondence, and records management), customer relations (residents, staff, Village Council/Committees), bookkeeping (BS&A), all aspects of utility billing and serve as member of the Administrative Committee. Salary range: $14-16/hr. Application / job description available at www.lawrencemi.org. Application deadline: March 16. Cover Letter and Resume can be submitted to manager@lawrencemi.org

 

Tornado Awareness

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MI TRAIN Registration Instructions-Course Specific – Tornado Awareness

This is an awareness level course for a wide audience. Tornadoes

can strike anywhere within the United States, consequently every

community needs to be ready for hazards associated with them. This

course will fulfill the goals of the “whole community” approach to

emergency management, with participants consisting of members

from all sectors of the community. Multiple core capabilities will

be addressed, with particular emphasis on “public information and

warning” and “threats and hazard identification.” Participants who

represent different sectors such as mass care services, health and

social services, operational communications, critical transportation,

and planning would further expand the reach of this course to other

corresponding core capabilities.

WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE

This course is targeted for a broad cross section of

professionals involved in emergency management, fire

services, local and/ or state government officials, planners,

developers, business and education.

MODULES

✓✓ Governmental administrative

✓✓ Emergency management

✓✓ Law enforcement

✓✓ Fire Services

✓✓ Planners/developers

✓✓ Small businesses

✓✓ Community organizations

✓✓ At risk households

✓✓ Education

As a member of the National Domestic Preparedness Consortium, the NDPTC is a DHS/

FEMA training partner dedicated to providing critical all-hazards training throughout

the United States and its territories with an emphasis on natural hazards and island and

coastal communities

NATIONAL DISASTER

PREPAREDNESS

TRAINING CENTER

828 Fort Street Mall • Suite 320 • Honolulu, HI 96813

Phone: 808.956-0600 Fax: 808.536-9110

website: ndptc.hawaii.edu

Tornado Awareness

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LOCATION AND DETAILS:

Berrien County Conference Center

2149 E Napier Rd.

Benton Harbor,MI 49022

REGISTER AT:

https://mi.train.org

March 05, 2018

8am – 5pm

HOSTED BY:

Berrien County Sheriff’s Office

FOR REGISTRATION ASSISTANCE CONTACT:

Michele Sosinski

sosinskim1@michigan.gov517-2843819

Christmas in the Village December 16, 2017

1:00 Chili Cook Off at the Fire Station

1 – 4 pm Crafts and Cookies (also at Fire Station) by Friends of the Library

2:00 Ice Sculpture Carving at DeHavens

3:00 Santa Run

5:00 Parade

5:45 Tree Lighting in Village Park

6:00 – 8:00 Visit Santa at Lions Club

8:00 – 10:00 Dance at Lions Club

 

Enter a pot of Chili into the contest ($5.00 entry fee). The rules and entry form can be printed out here, or available at the Village Hall.

Trophies go to the following categories:

  • Red Chili (with or without beans)
  • White Chili
  • Jr Chili Masters (ages 8-13)

All which are decided by a 3-judge panel.  A “Peoples Choice” trophy will also be chosen by a vote of all those in attendance.

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