FLINT, Mich. – The forty-seventh annual Sloan Museum Auto Fair was held at Crossroads Village and Huckleberry Railroad this weekend. The vintage automobile display featured hundreds of cars; some relationships lower back to 1915. There were warm rods, custom vehicles, and vintage bikes. Money raised this weekend will help preserve the Sloan Museum Automotive Collection. Organizers say the couple of hundred cars at the museum are big to the region.
The Fourth of July is over every week away.
Some camp websites are still open across Michigan if you’re seeking to get away for the holiday weekend.
According to an information release from the Association of R.V. Parks and Campgrounds of Michigan, over ten sites still have openings for the Fourth.
The Fourth of July is over a week away.
Some camp websites are still open across Michigan if you’re trying to get away from the vacation weekend.
According to a news launch from the Association of R.V. Parks and Campgrounds of Michigan, over ten sites still have openings for the Fourth.
MACKINAC COUNTY, Mich., (WPBN/WGTU) — Michigana bill that could restrict the usage of drones on Mackinac Island. Earlier in June, the Michigan Senate gave unanimous, final approval to the invoice. The invoice comes from a challenging pressure that endorsed safety for the island due to drones startling horses that deliver human beings and items.
Under the Michigan Unmanned Aircraft System Act, the operation of drones on Mackinac Island is permitted so long as the operator does not intentionally intervene with the industrial use of horses and horse operations.
Certain industries, along with information agencies, regulation enforcement, infrastructure protection, and public software operations, must additionally have let in to perform drones as long as they do not intervene with the industrial use of horses.
Senator Wayne Schmidt of Traverse City subsidized the bill.
LANSING, Mich., — The U.S. House of Representatives passes a $60 million invoice to assist in smoothing up according to to and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) around earlier army bases like the former Wurtsmith Air Force Base in Oscoda. Congressman Kildee labored to boost this investment from $14 million last year to $60 million this year.
Congressman Kildee testified before the Appropriations Committee in April about the want to increase PFAS cleanup funding. The $60 million investment became part of H.R. 3055, the Commerce, Justice, Science, Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, Interior, Environment, Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, Transportation, and Housing and Urban Development Appropriations Act of 2020.
“Oscoda citizens and households across the United States were impacted using dangerous PFAS chemicals, and we want to do more to smooth up that pollution urgently,” Congressman Kildee stated. “I am satisfied that the U.S. House of Representatives Act provides more sturdy funding to smooth up PFAS. As the co-chair of the bipartisan Congressional PFAS Task Force, I will maintain to work in Congress to ease a great deal-wanted budget to shield public health.