Hillsdale City Council

You Need To Ask These Questions

All is not well in the City of Hillsdale, and there are many answers that you, as a resident, need to be demanding of several government officials.  Here are but a few.  Don't back down until you get the correct responses.  You'll know them when you hear them, and excuses about why all of this is okay are not included in that list.

Where Hillsdale News Now Stands on the Improper City Clerk Ballot Language Issue

I'm writing this editorial as an open letter to our new city attorney, John Lovinger of Marcoux Allen, in order to clarify some misconceptions that seemed to be present after I addressed the City Council in regard to the improper ballot language that led to the city clerk's position becoming appointed rather than elected.

Community Complaints Take Center Stage At Tuesday Night Meeting

With all members present except for Councilperson Emily Stack-Davis (who was excused), Tuesday night's regular meeting of the Hillsdale City Council -- a day later than the norm due to Labor Day -- was punctuated by voices from the community on several issues, both pertaining to and separate from the items that were on the agenda.

Council to Administration: You Work For Us

Presented here for archival purposes, this is the city council meeting at which both then-interim city manager Doug Terry and then-city attorney Lew Loren were berated by the City Council for blatantly defying Council's directives.

It was, throughout, a contentious dialog at the Hillsdale City Council's regular meeting Monday night, and it resulted in several pointed ultimatums from the governing body to the executive employees who work for it.

Apathy and Corruption in the City of Hillsdale

Presented here for archival purposes, this is the article that precipitated the launch of Hillsdale News Now.

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