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Useful Links


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Local Happenings * Manitou Beach Area

Local Happenings Link



Pure Michigan Site includes Manitou Beach!


Discover everything that is Pure Michigan. Find attractions, events, shopping, dining and lodging. Plan your outdoor adventure or weekend trip, at michigan.org. Manitou Beach and Lenawee County have been included in the Pure Michigan advertising campaign. The article “Six Pure Michigan Activities to experience in Lenawee County” can be viewed on the www.michigan.org website, by clicking on BLOG, then “Pure Michigan Commercials”.

Pure Michigan Website



Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce/Irish Hills Calendar of Events



Michigan Freedom of Information Act Effective 7.1.15



Check out the NEW Lenawee County website.

NEW Lenawee County WEBSITE


District 3 Commissioner, Jim Driskill Lenawee County's Commissioner for Rollin, Hudson, & Medina Townships, Cities of Hudson & Morenci


Lenawee County Department of Aging


Posey Lake Website


River Raisin Watershed

River Raisin Watershed Website

Fifteen percent of Rollin Township is within the River Raisin Watershed which drains into Lake Erie in Monroe, MI. The remaining 80% of the township is within the Tiffin Watershed, which includes the Maumee River, which flows into Lake Erie outside Toledo, OH.


Wikipedia: Manitou Beach-Devils Lake

Includes GPS cooordinates, maps, 2000 census data, historical information and more.

Manitou Beach Wkikipedia Link



Emergency Preparedness Websites

Sites with Helpful Information for Preparing your Family, Home and Pets for Natural Disasters


Ready.Gov * Be Prepared for a Disaster

Get help to prepare your family for disasters such as a power outage, tornado, flood, wildfire or an earthquake.

http://www.ready.gov/


Consumer's Energy Storm Preparedness Information


Consumer's Energy has many resources available to help businesses and homeowners prepare for possible severe storm damage and power outages. Click on the link below for Consumer's Emergency Preparedness web page.

Severe Storm Preparation Resources web page


 

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