The Village of Pinckney is seeking applicants for the position of Zoning Administrator. This is a part-time position that will require some work hours between 8 AM and 4 PM Monday –Thursday along with some evening meetings; average 16 hours/week.
Experience in planning, zoning or construction required.
Job duties are outlined in the Village Code of Ordinance that can be found by searching at http://villageofpinckney.org/?page_id=27 but may not be limited to these duties. The Village is looking for a team player that isn’t afraid to jump in and help where needed.
Hourly compensation commensurate with experience; hiring rate schedule range is $15-$20/hour
Letters of interest along with a resume and completed Village of Pinckney application should be submitted by end of day, June 27, 2013 to Village of Pinckney, 220 S. Howell St. Pinckney, MI 48169 ATT: Clerk or email@example.com Applications can be picked up at Village Hall or printed here.
Movies in the park will be held in the Township Square in Downtown Pinckney. Various games and activies will begin at 7 PM and movies will begin at dusk. The movies are free! Popcorn and water will be provided. Bring your own chairs, beverages, snacks and bugspray. In case of rain the movie will be shown in the Pinckney Library at 7:30 PM.
Movies this year will be:
Friday, June 28th: Rise of the Guardians
Friday, July 12th: Despicable Me
Friday, July 26th: Wreck-It Ralph
Friday, August 9th: Dolphin Tale
Friday, August 23rd: The Avengers
The DDA, through support from our sponsors, has produced bookmarks that will be available, free, at all local merchants.
The bookmarks include a calendar of events being held in the Village beginning with Memorial Day activities. You can also download the bookmark here.
Thank you so much to our sponsors for supporting this program. Our wonderful sponsors include Aunt Betty’s Restaurant, Lonnie’s Barber Shop, Lakeside Looks and Klave’s Marina. Please support their local businesses as they support the local community.
Our trash company is legally not allowed to empty 55 gal drums that are being used to store trash. The drums are a safety issue as they do not have handles. If you are using a drum to collect your trash please be aware that beginning next week, May 15th, they will no longer empty it.
The Village of Pinckney Village Council along with the Pinckney-Lakeland-Hamburg-Hell Chamber of Commerce, the Village Planning Commission and DDA are co-hosting a meeting to help develop a business growth plan for the downtown area. Everyone is very excited!
The first meeting will take place on Wednesday, May 15th at 6:30PM in the lower level of Village Hall.After brief introductions, the group will work on elaborating on the existing strengths-weaknesses-opportunities-threats (SWOT) analysis. In order to make the most of everyones time, we are asking participants to take a few minutes to review the existing plan and make notes about anything they would like to add. This way we can limit the discussion time and begin some actionable work plans. The SWOT can be downloaded here.
If you are interested in participating in this program but are unable to attend the May 15th meeting, please contact Village Hall with your name and email address and we will make sure you get on the communication distribution list.
Coverage on the Summit: http://www.livingstondaily.com/article/20130430/NEWS01/304300011/-Why-can-t-Pinckney-thrive-too-Upcoming-summit-will-examine-state-village-s-development
Click the links below to get schedules and or agendas for upcoming meetings.
DDA Draft Meeting Minutes: DDA March 19 2013
Planning Commission Agenda:
Planning Commission Draft Minutes: PinckneyPCMinutes060313
Village Council Agenda:
Draft Council Meeting Minutes :6 10 2013 Draft Minutes
Meeting Schedule 2013
Our rubbish company, Mid-Michigan Rubbish, has been bought out by Granger Container. The sale becomes effective November 1st. The only change that you, as a homeowner, should see is that the trucks are different; they are brown. The day of the week and the pick up schedule is exactly the same.. There will still be two trucks per week; one for regular refuse and one for the special pick up (recycling, yard waste, etc.).
Also to be noted, Granger said that they lay trash cans on their sides and place them on the grass on windy days so that they are less likely to roll into the roadway.
As always, contact Granger at 517-372-2800, or the Village Offices.
As many of you know, an off-duty Pinckney Reserve Officer was injured in a crash in Ohio on September 5th. Updates on the story can be found at this link http://fox8.com/?s=bielak&search_submit
Locally there has been an outpouring of support for Officer Bielak and his family. A fund has been set up at Citizen’s bank in Pinckney. Contributions can be made out to the “Officer Robert Bielak Fund” and brought to the Village Police department for deposit.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org