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Sanitary Sewer Improvements for Strawberry Creek and York Creek

Sanitary Sewer Improvements for Strawberry Creek and York Creek

From Alpine Township:

Alpine Township, through the North Kent Sewer Authority, has obtained a State Revolving Fund loan to reconstruct two critical trunk sewers in Alpine Township. The sewers are made of clay, are approximately 40 years old, and have numerous problems such as sinking pipe sections, leaking joints, cracks in the pipe, leaking manholes and other issues. Over the course of the last 10 years, the trunk sewers required high maintenance costs to avoid major problems.

The trunk sewers included in the project are Strawberry Creek Trunk Sewer and York Creek Trunk Sewer.

Kent District Library branches to close for Easter Sunday

Kent District Library branches to close for Easter Sunday

From the Kent District Library:

Event Type: Closing
Date: Sunday, April 24, 2011
Start Time: All Day
Library: All Libraries

Description: All KDL branches will be closed for Easter Sunday.

Tuesday is Family Story Time

Tuesday is Family Story Time

From the Kent District Library's Alpine Township Branch:

Event Type: Program for Young Children
Date: Tuesday, April 05, 2011
Start Time: 10:30 AM
Library: Alpine Township Branch

Description: Share books, stories, rhymes, music and movement as a family; develop early literacy skills and encourage a love of reading. For children ages 6 and under with a caregiver. Children’s Story Programs

Lego Family Block Party is April 9th

Lego Family Block Party is April 9th

From the Kent District Library:

Event Type: Program for Families
Date: Saturday, April 09, 2011
Start Time: 10:00 AM
Library: Alpine Township Branch
Description:The library is the place for Lego fun! Drop in and make your own special Lego or Duplo creations. All materials are provided by the library. So come, design and create! Arts and Crafts Programs.

Picnic at Alpine Township Center

The picnic table located on the grass behind Township hall gets plenty of use by the public.  Seen  today was the Lycklama family from Grandville.  Bryan Lycklama works nearby and his wife drove in with their sons to enjoy a family picnic.  From the smiles on everyone's face, it's plain to see that it was a very happy event.