The parade will be held on Saturday, March 15th. Step off is at noon.
We would like to congratulate Ann Jarema on being named this years Grand Marshal! Thank you, Ann, for all you do for the community.
Here is a look back at Grand Marshals of the past.
2005 Deby Henneman
2006 Jennifer Koch
2007 Beth Stokes
2008 Pat Carney
2009 Linda Wallace
2010 Dick McClosky
2011 Patsy McGuire-Haggerty Dible
2012 Police Chief Denis Asletine
2013 Staff Sargeant Julie Wiles
Looking to be a part of the parade click here.
Looking for information to participate? 2014 St_Patricks_Bed_Race
Parade Day Schedule:
9 a.m. — Run for the Gold 5K and Kids Run (info: http://www.lightoftheworldacademy.org/2014RunfortheGold5K
10:50 a.m. — Presentation of plaque to the Grand Marshal
10:55 a.m. — Best Legs/Kilt contest for men
11:15 a.m. — Cutest Leprechaun contest for children 5 and under
11:30 a.m. — 6th annual Paddy Wagon Bed Race …
11:45 a.m. — National Anthem sung by Laura Bihlmeyer
11:55 a.m. — Irish Dancers on Main Street
Noon — Parade step off from Pinckney Elementary down Main Street east to Mill
Click the links below to get schedules and or agendas for upcoming meetings.
DDA Draft Meeting Minutes: DDA minutes 2 18 2014
Planning Commission Agenda:
Planning Commission Draft Minutes: VillageofPinckneyPCMinutes030314
Village Council Agenda: agenda 3 10 2014
Draft Council Meeting Minutes : Draft Minutes 2 24 2014
Summit Meeting Minutes: Pinckney Summit 2 26 2014 (2)
The Village DPW will begin to clear sidewalks tomorrow in accordance with Ordinance 92.62 which states that sidewalks needs to be cleared within 24 hours of snow fall. We have been lenient on enforcement due to the depth of the snow and the degree of cold but we have received multiple complaints from walkers and parents with children that take the bus. If you have an elderly neighbor or know of others that might need assistance, please help them out or call Village Hall at 734 878 6206.
The 2014 Trash, Recycling, Yard Waste, Brush & Leaf Schedule was recently mailed with the Village Newsletter and can also be found here - 2014 Schedule – Pinckney
One of the major problems each year in winter is damage to rural mailboxes. Most mailbox damage occurs when heavy, wet snow is thrown again a weakened post or box. The Pinckney DPW cannot assume responsibility for such damage. If the mailbox or post is damaged by snow thrown by the snow removal vehicles, it is the homeowners responsibility to replace the box and post.
Additionally, private installations within the public right of way, such as sod, shrubs, sprinkler systems, rocks, etc. maybe damaged in the process of snow removal or seasonal maintenance work. Damage that may occur is not intentional and in many cases unavoidable.
Because it is the statutory responsibility of the DPW to maintain the roadways and right-of-way property, the agency is not held liable or responsible for damage caused to private installations with in the right of way.
This weekend at Art in the Park, the Downtown Development Authority launched the new image for the Village. Reaction has been great!
Merchandise bearing the new logo is available for sale at Village Hall.
T-shirts – including a Men’s/Children design and a Women’s T $10 (2XL for $12)
Aluminum Water Bottles – Made in America $8
Window clings for cars and business $2.50
Merchandise can be purchased during regular business hours, Monday – Thursday 8 AM – 4PM. Cash or check only.
Let us know what you think about the new logo. Email us at email@example.com
We’ve revived the water softener rebate program to encourage compliance with our ordinance, which states that water softeners cannot be discharged into the sewer line. If you have moved to the Village since 2008, you might want to check this out! Eligible property owners can receive a 50% rebate, up to $300, for installing a drywell or toward the purchase of a no-discharge water conditioner. See below for details about the program. Still have questions? Call or email us at Village Hall.
Water Softener Rebate Program
Water Softener Inspection Form